FIFA 23 cross-play systems were revealed and explained in the FIFA Ultimate Team Deep Dive.
Cross-platform play has become, what many consider, a necessity in modern gaming. Popular titles like Call of Duty: Warzone, Fortnite and more have modernized the feature and FUT is finally getting that treatment in FIFA 23. There are three key areas detailed in the Deep Dive: matchmaking, the Transfer Market and Leaderboards.
Here's everything you need to know about FIFA 23 cross-play systems.
FIFA 23 Cross-play Explained
Ultimate Team Matchmaking
Players will now have cross-platform play matchmaking across Xbox, PlayStation and PC for 1-v-1 modes in FUT. Those modes include Ultimate Dreamt, FUT Champions, Division Rivals, Online Friendlies and Play a Friend. As noted in the Deep Dive, this is a feature to opt-in to. If players don't want to take part in cross-play, they don't have to.
This applies to players on the same generation of consoles. There will not be cross-platform play, according to EA, for example from PlayStation 5 to Xbox One.
Ultimate Team Transfer Market
The biggest announcement from the Deep Dive, there will now be one global, shared Transfer Market across PlayStation 4, 5, Xbox One, Series X|S, and Stadia. PC and Nintendo Switch will have their own Transfer Markets.
Ultimate Team Leaderboards
There will also be a global leaderboard for all platforms in Ultimate Team.