The new chemistry system will need to be considered when building your FUT squads
And developments in EA’s ‘HyperMotion’ technology mean the game will feature over 6,000 authentic animations; this means we can expect to see improvements in shooting animations and more realism in how goalkeepers react to in-game scenarios.
Here’s everything you need to know about it.
How does the new Chemistry system work in FUT?
FUT’s chemistry system determines how well a team of seemingly disparate players work together as a team.
It takes into account a number of factors to simulate the relationships between two players from FIFA’s full list of international names, and determine how those relationships would impact communication on the pitch and, in turn, to what extent a group of players work as a team. .
The better your team’s chemistry, the more likely they are to perform well on the pitch.
A number of system changes have been made to FIFA 23, and they can be broken down into six key points:
- Players can earn up to 3 chemistry points by having players of the same nationality/region, league and club in their starting XI.
- Position links have been completely removed and your players can now connect regardless of their position on the pitch.
- Players have preferred and alternate positions.
- General team chemistry has been removed, so you only have to focus on creating individual chemistry for each player.
- We’ve removed the negative attribute impact caused by low chemistry, so players will always play with at least their item’s attributes.
- The loyalty system has been removed.
In addition to the above, substituted players in a FUT match will not receive any chemistry system attribute bonuses.
In FUT 23, negative attributes have also been removed – this means they will work at their base attributes even at 0 collective.
It’s also worth remembering that once a FUT match has started, any changes made to player formations, tactics, or positions through Squad Management will have no effect on the player chemistry of your XI. departure.
When are the Web and Companion apps released?
The FIFA 23 Web App will be available on Wednesday, September 21, according to EA. The FIFA 23 Companion app will be released one day later, on Thursday September 22.
As for app release times, EA hasn’t confirmed, but given the equivalent apps for the past two years posted on 6:00 p.m. BSTwe can expect a similar release window in 2022.
When was FIFA 23 released?
FIFA 23 will be released for everyone on Friday, September 30 – however, as in previous years, some players will have multiple ways to access the game in preview.
Those who pre-ordered the Ultimate Edition of FIFA 23, or are subscribed to the EA Play subscription service, will be able to play the game a few days earlier, starting Tuesday, September 27.