FIFA 23 features cross-play for the first time in FIFA franchise’s history. The game brings users across different gaming platforms including PlayStation, Xbox and PC to play together in the title’s game modes.
Cross-play is a term used in video games with online gaming functionality to express the ability of players with different video game hardware to play with one other at the same time.
FIFA 23 cross-play feature allows users to opt-out this option when playing online if they would not like to play against players on other platforms platforms of the same generation in a variety of online game modes in FIFA 23.
This means for example if you’re on PlayStation 5 which is a next-gen platform, you will be able to play with people with the same generation platform which are Playstation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC only. Below is a table showing the cross-play game modes and possible matchmaking among platforms:
FUT Transfer Market is also expanded to include cross-platform functionality. The Market will now be combined within pools of platforms with the exception of PC and Switch. This means, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Stadia are sharing their content in the Transfer Market.