PRO Clubs is one of the most popular modes for FIFA fans to play soccer with friends.
You only control your player and each of you takes up a single position just like you would on real grass.
Developer EA just unveiled its Pro Clubs Deep Dive with the biggest changes for the mode.
Here are all the changes made to this FIFA mode during the announcement.
Our powers united
It wasn’t uncommon to hear FIFA 22 Volta Football or Pro Club players moan about how difficult those modes are.
Now FIFA 23 combines the progression of both modes, so no matter what you play, you’ll progress on both sides.
First introduced in FIFA 20, Volta is the variant of street soccer, with the bonus of unlocking numerous cosmetics.
This means players can now unlock Volta Coins and XP/Skill Points in Pro Clubs as well.
Due to community feedback on how slow leveling up was in FIFA 22 Pro Clubs, EA changed the system.
Not only is the XP shared, but player progression has now been increased to 100 levels.
This means players can level up more often and rewards are distributed more evenly.
A number of perks have also been added including Poacher, Interceptor, Easy Passes and Escape.
Take Flight is a new signature ability that lets you jump higher in turns like Cristiano Ronaldo.
Similar to other online games like shooters and battle royales, the top players of each game are featured during the awards screen.
It is scored based on accomplishments such as most distance covered or most tackles.
This means you can take a look at how you compare without looking at the score sheet.
Player ratings have also been revamped and now reward more defensive players who don’t score many goals but still make up a big part of the action.
Volta players get a brand new stadium, much bigger than other arenas.
Not only is there a lot more space, but the walls are becoming more springy, allowing for longer passes, and the goal area has been increased.
However, those who like to keep their games small shouldn’t be alarmed as the other arenas will continue to rotate.
There are also new cosmetics for both modes, like shoes and accessories.
For the first time, players can show some ink when introducing tattoos.
Added other fun accessories like a broken noseguard, but you can’t equip these in Pro Club play.
you say crossplay?
FIFA 23 will introduce cross-console online crossplay, split into two groups of latest-gen and last-gen players.
That means PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Google Stadia and PC players can all share a spot, while PS4 and Xbox One owners can also play together.
However, the latest crossplay feature is not available for 11-player Pro Club matches.
Players can still play online with friends, but only on the same type of console.
While EA is aware that this is a feature that the community wants, it hasn’t been able to implement it for FIFA 23.
In a statement, it explained: “Due to the technicalities involved in implementing crossplay, modes that bring players together, such as B. Pro Clubs, currently do not offer crossplay.”
However, there will be improvements to drop-ins, which will make getting in and out of the game smoother.
Players can also perform dexterity moves with their left foot for the first time.
The most intriguing update to Pro Clubs gameplay is the reported improvements to drop-ins, which will include shorter games and even golden goal situations.
For the short time or those who want to warm up this is perfect.
FIFA 23 will be released on September 30th, and those who purchase the Ultimate Edition will get access three days early.
Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.
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