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FIFA 23 System Requirements

We Discuss The System Requirements For FIFA 23.

Updated: Dec 5, 2022 3:03 pm
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The official FIFA 23 system requirements have jumped significantly since the series’ preceding entry.

However, most gaming PCs purchased over the last couple of years should be able to run it, at least on the lower settings.

Medium or high-end PC builds will make short work of the title.

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Below have listed the official minimum and recommended system requirements for FIFA 23.

We advise that you take the system requirements with a small pinch of salt, as many of today’s game publishers underestimate the demand that most modern titles put on a PC. Aiming for the recommended system requirements or above is generally a safe bet.

If you’re interested in whether FIFA 23 will run on your laptop, look at our FIFA 23 laptop requirements page.

FIFA 23 System Requirements

Below are the official FIFA 23 system requirements, published over at the EA’s official game page.

FIFA 23 Minimum System Requirements

  • CPU : AMD Ryzen 5 1600 / Intel Core i5 6600K
  • RAM : 8GB RAM
  • GPU / Video Card : GeForce GTX 1050 Ti / AMD Radeon RX 570
  • Storage : 100 GB
  • Operating System : Windows 10 or later (64-bit)
  • DirectX: 12

FIFA 23 Recommended System Requirements

  • CPU : Intel Core i7-6700 / AMD Ryzen 7 2700X
  • RAM : 12 GB RAM
  • GPU / Video Card : GeForce GTX 1660 / Radeon RX 5600 XT
  • Storage : 100 GB
  • Operating System : Windows 10 or later (64-bit)
  • DirectX: 12

How to compare FIFA 23 system requirements with my PC specs?

If you don’t know how to look up the specs of your current PC, then have a gander at our how to look up your PC specifications guide. If it turns out you’ll need a new PC to play the game, then also take a gander at the suggested pre-built and self-build gaming PCs listed at the bottom of this page.

FIFA 23 release date & game details

FIFA 23 is the latest entry in the dominant football (or soccer, if you insist) game from EA, which is one of the biggest sporting franchise games in the world. The latest entry doesn’t exactly have many groundbreaking changes but has an improved career mode, graphics, and expanded women’s football options.

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What PC build do we recommend to play FIFA 23?

FIFA 23 will run without an issue at 1080p on a machine as cheap as a $500 self-build gaming PC, though you’ll have to turn the graphical settings down a fair bit. If you want to push the envelope on either the graphical presets or the resolution though, you’ll need to opt for a more powerful PC.

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A $1,000 self-build will work for 1080p play, but for 1440p gaming, on the maximum settings, you’ll be looking at something more like a $1,500 self-build gaming PC, or perhaps even a $2,000 self-build gaming PC for 4K gaming.

What gaming PC do we recommend to play FIFA 23 (pre-built)?

For those who don’t fancy putting together their own gaming PC, then a pre-built gaming PC for under $800 will get you solid FPS at 1080p on the lower graphical settings. Higher graphical presets will require a $1,000 pre-built gaming PC or something similar for 1080p, a $1,500 pre-built gaming PC is about right for 1440p gaming, and a $2,000 pre-build will do the job for 4K.

How much storage space does FIFA 23 need?

FIFA 23 needs a minimum of 100 GB of disk space in order to run.

How much does FIFA 23 cost?

FIFA 23 Standard Edition costs £59.99 / $69.99.

FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition costs £79.99 / $89.99.

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