How to Change Difficulty in FIFA 23

Many menus, same difficulty settings in FIFA 23.

When it comes down to it, EA doesn’t make their menu experience a friendly one. And while navigating them has never been too difficult, sometimes it does feel like a needlessly tedious affair. That can all be applied to the changing the settings, and as it happens, this guide is going to discuss how to change difficulty in FIFA 23.

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Difficulty Settings Guide For FIFA 23

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While changing the settings may only take a moment, it is inexplicably a four-step affair. Here’s how to go about it in the most clear way possible:

  1. Select Customize from the Main Menu.

    It’s the tab second from the right.

  2. Select Settings next.

    It’s the first option highlighted after selecting Customize.

  3. Go to Game Settings.

    Located at the top-middle part of the Settings section. Why is this four steps again?

  4. Go to Difficulty Level and change it.

    Third option from the top. Choices include: Beginner, Amateur, Semi-Pro, Professional, World Class, and Legendary. You did it, folks. Go take a water break or something. You’ve earned it.

Players can opt to stick with what they know—in my case, World Class—or they can simply mess around until they find a difficulty level that suits them. No matter what you decide at the beginning of the game, players can fiddle with the difficulty settings whenever they feel like it.

So that’s it for now, FIFA fans—everything you need to know in order to change the difficulty settings in FIFA 23. But if you’re looking for more FIFA 23-related content, don’t go anywhere! Twinfinite has plenty of guides such as how to sell consumables and how to complete the Around the World SBC—not to mention even more information at the links below.


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Shaun Ranft is a Freelance Writer for Twinfinite, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Creative Writing from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, who has been with the site and writing about games in general since 2022. While he typically covers any major sports title, he also cannot get enough of Telltale's The Walking Dead, Fallout: New Vegas, The Outer Worlds, Arkham, and the Horizon series.
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