The FIFA 23 presentation date is just around the corner, the latest title in the series developed by EA that will bear the name of the world governing body of football, but in the meantime we can console ourselves with this year’s cover star. Indeed, with the cover stars. The first is Kylian Mbappé, star of Paris Saint-Germain and the French national team, the second, however, for the first time in history, is a woman.
We are talking about Samantha Kerr, Australian striker in force at Chelsea, a London team that plays in the English Premier League. She and Mbappé are the cover stars of the Ultimate Edition. A clear choice that of EA, which wants an increasingly inclusive game intended for everyone, including women.
The presentation date was talked about at the beginning of the article, well on July 20 FIFA 23 will be launched. Thanks to the launch trailer we will discover the news related to graphics and, above all, to gameplay: for some time the sports simulators developed by EA have appeared extremely similar to each other, is it time to witness a real revolution? We will see.
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On YouTube, among other things, there is already the video to connect to the day after tomorrow. The premiere, among other things, will start at 18:00, Italian time. Don’t make any commitments, then: if you are passionate about FIFA titles, you can’t miss this presentation for anything in the world.
At this point it is legitimate to ask how much and what space will women’s football have in the game. In past editions, women’s football was represented only at the national level, but considering that Sam Kerr (who in the last edition had 91 overall) is on the cover with the shirt of Chelsea, a club team, it is possible that for the first time in history there will be the women’s championships.
A historic turning point that all players have been waiting for: women’s football is winning over new fans and new fans, it’s time for it to receive the same space and visibility as that practiced by male colleagues.