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FIFA 23 Live Tuning Update #1 Explained


FIFA 23 Live Tuning Update #1 Explained

The first tuning update for FIFA 23 has arrived.

FIFA 23 is barely a week old, but as is always the case tweaks are there to be made. The team at FIFA has wasted little time in releasing their first live tuning update, with it dropping Tuesday night. So, here’s a breakdown of the FIFA 23 live tuning update #1, and everything players can expect from it.

FIFA 23 Live Tuning Update for October 4, 2022

For those dreading a massive overhaul one week into FIFA 23’s life, don’t worry —that’s not at all what’s going on here. Instead, players can expect little changes with regards to technical dribbling, penalty kicks, and referee decisions. You can view the official tweet below.

To be clear, this is not a title update. As mentioned in their notes, these tuning updates allow them to make changes like these fairly frequently. Oftentimes, they’re after a particular balance. For now, here is what we can expect:

  • Accuracy of Penalty Kicks reduced when the Composure Ring is red or yellow.
  • Technical Dribbling animation speed increased for lower-rated dribblers.
    • Impacts players with dribbling-related Attributes below 90.
  • Referees less likely to call for fouls for arm-related collisions.
  • Referees more likely to award yellow cards for fouls committed via hard slide tackles.

How to Update FIFA 23

As with all live tuning updates, this is automatic—and players will notice an update prompt the next time they boot up the game.

And that’s that—everything you need to know about FIFA 23’s first live tuning update of the season. Before you go, we’ve got plenty more FIFA 23-related content for you to peruse such as how to complete the Around the World SBC and whether or not FIFA 23 is the last of its kind—as well as plenty more at the links below.

Oh, and be sure to give us a shout if you’ve got a question. We’d be more than happy to help.

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