“FIFA 23” Introduces A Wild New Feature
FIFA 23 will be released in just a few days. If you are as excited about this fact as I was about England scoring last night, you should feel pretty happy about it. FIFA 23 is the end of an era. I’m sure that you are aware of that. The series will no longer use the FIFA name and will be called EA Sports FC. While there is no doubt that the series requires a boost in popularity, I believe fans will be delighted with one new feature.
FIFA 23 will allow players to block criticism from commentators. It’s not the worst thing to have someone criticize your play. We are all trying our best. I imagine fans will well receive the feature. One of my colleagues said, “Harry Maguire would love this.” I won’t pretend that I invented the joke. I would be lying if anyone believed me.
Players can disable the option “Disable Critical Commentary,” which means that you can launch the ball over a crossbar or pass in peace. This option needs some improvement. Eurogamer tried the feature but found that Stewart Robson was still critical of their play.
Wesley Yin–Poole, Eurogamer, wrote, “I played a FIFA Ultimate Team Division Rivals game this morning with critical comment disabled and Robson still tore through my finishing and had some choices words for poor Mason Mount.”