What parents need to know
FIFA 23 is the 2023 edition of EA Games’ franchise, FIFA.
Just like its predecessors, this game is a realistic football/soccer simulation that contains all the names of the official players of FIFA (the Fédération Internationale de Football Association). A new edition of this game is released every year.
Although this game is recommended for all ages by the ESRB, we do not recommend it for young children without parental supervision. The reason is that they can spend huge amounts of money in the game without even realizing it.
It is therefore necessary to delete the credit card saved in the console and to adjust the parental controls of the console before launching the game. The FIFA 23 monetization model is based on the concept of lootbox, which can be purchased with real money in order to get a fairly random reward, with no guarantee of one day getting the desired item.
Level of experience required
FIFA 23 has no violent or scary scenes.
There is no explicit content.
The language used in this game relates to sports and does not include insults or threats.
The message of this game is very upfront and without negativity.
The player controls the footballer they chooses and his shot. It is possible to change the control between the footballers of your team at any time.
Acheter le jeu, de nombreuses microtransactions
This game includes many microtransactions, some of which are random objects. This means that getting the best players for your team requires trying your luck with random lootboxes. There is no guarantee of getting the desired footballer.
It is higly advised to closely monitor the purchases children can make in this game.
Online Game Modes
To play online on console, you need to pay for your console subscription:
- Playstation 4 and 5: questionable monetization model.. In addition to pressuring players into spending real money with no guarantee of getting what they want, the ubiquity of microtransactions in this game creates a situation where wins and losses are greatly influenced by the money spent (commonly referred to as pay to win)