Electronic Arts gave FIFA 23 players a sneak preview, accidentally publishing the soccer game’s World Cup game mode early on PlayStation devices. The FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar is scheduled to begin on November 20. DLC for FIFA 23‘s accompanying World Cup game mode has been expected sometime near that date, but no announcement has been made yet. Regardless of when it arrives, FIFA 23 players now have a better idea of what they can expect from the World Cup game mode.

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A World Cup mode for FIFA 23 was announced alongside the game well before it launched. EA said it was partnering with both FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023 and would be delivering post-launch content for the events at a later date. With over a month until the World Cup in Qatar starts, however, most FIFA 23 players weren’t thinking the DLC would arrive for a while yet. But it’s now possible the game modes are finished and ready to be delivered soon.

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FIFA 23‘s World Cup Mode, according to the leak, will feature four different sub-options to choose from. These options include FIFA World Cup 2022, FIFA World Cup Kick-Off, FIFA World Cup Live, and Online Tournament. In other words, there will be a substantial amount of available World Cup content for FIFA 23 players to experience.

One particularly interesting detail from the leak is that it currently includes 48 different teams. That’s interesting because there are only 32 teams qualified for World Cup 2022. It’s unclear if EA wants to make more popular teams available, or if there’s more to EA’s team selection than meets the eye. One curious example is Brazil. Now, Brazil is qualified for World Cup 2022, but EA doesn’t have the license for it. Despite that, Brazil has been found in the leaked World Cup mode files.

It’s unclear how the World Cup information leaked early for FIFA 23, but it’s unlikely to prove a negative in the long run. There’s a lack of specific information stemming from the leak, so nothing robust has been spoiled. If anything, the leak may have built up some excitement for FIFA 23‘s upcoming game mode.

The hype is significantly higher for the World Cup itself, of course. This is the biggest soccer event of the past four years and the event fans and players alike wait for. EA’s FIFA 23 DLC just has to remind players it has official content related to the event and it’ll be an inevitable success. Expect to hear more about the World Cup mode, in an official capacity, soon.

FIFA 23 is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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