FIFA 23: What’s the cheapest way to buy the game?

With the release of FIFA 23 next month, gamers will be scrambling to get their hands on a copy of the game.

Although the famous football franchise usually has a suggested retail price, there is usually always a way to catch the game for less.

Sports news explains how you can save when you buy the latest game in the partnership between EA Sports and FIFA.

MORE: FIFA 23 release date, price, consoles, new features, pre-order details and Standard vs Ultimate editions

What is the cheapest way to buy FIFA 23?


There are two ways users can get a 10 percent discount for purchasing FIFA 23 via pre-order.

  • If you have an EA Play subscription, if you purchase the game digitally through the EA Sports website.
  • If you own FIFA 22, open the game and press the “FIFA 23 pre-order” button, where you need to purchase the Ultimate edition to get the discount.

Note: The two discounts are separate and cannot be combined.

Upon release

Check back after the game is released for the best retail price.

Where can I buy FIFA 23?

How to pre-order FIFA 23 Standard, Ultimate or Legacy editions

FIFA 23 can be pre-ordered through EA Sports directly by clicking the link here – with the link that takes you to the EA Sports store in your region of the world.

The game can also be pre-ordered through video game retailers and some electronics stores, including Epic Games (US), EB Games (Australia) and GAME (UK).

How to buy FIFA 23 after the game is released?

FIFA 23 will be available for purchase from most video game retailers and electronics stores that sell video games.

The game can also be purchased through the EA Sports store in physical or digital form.


FIFA 23 Price: How Much Will Standard, Ultimate and Legacy Editions Cost?

Prices for the console-based and edition game are listed below, with costs listed for the US, Australia, and the UK.

EA Play subscribers can get 10 percent off those prices if they pre-order.

Console Editing US dollars Australian dollars UK£
PS5 and Xbox X/S Standard $69.99 $109.95 £69.99
PS5 and Xbox X/S Ultimate $99.99 $149.95 £89.99
PS4 and Xbox One Standard $59.99 $99.95 £59.99
PS4 and Xbox One Ultimate $99.99 $149.95 £89.99
desktop computer Standard $59.99 $99.95 £59.99
desktop computer Ultimate $99.99 $119.95 £79.99
Google Stadia Ultimate $89.99 $89.99 £79.99
Nintendo Switch Legacy $39.99 $59.95 £34.99

FIFA 23 Standard Edition vs Ultimate Edition

As with previous versions, FIFA 23 will boast three different editions that fans can purchase: Standard Edition, Ultimate Edition and Legacy Edition.

The Standard Version it will cost $59.99 (£59.99), in line with most major video game releases.

The Latest edition it will cost $99.99 (£89.99) but allows the user to access the game three days early on the pre-release date. Also available with the following:

Benefits Standard Ultimate
Item Team Player of the Week 1 (not tradable) ✔️ ✔️
Kylian Mbappe take subject ✔️ ✔️
FUT Ambassador Player Pick for Rent ✔️ ✔️
Homegrown Talent career mode ✔️ ✔️
FUT’s Ones to Watch item ✔️
4600 FIFA points ✔️
FIFA World Cup FUT Hero (on pre-orders) ✔️
Three Days Early Access (on pre-orders) ✔️

The Legacy Edition will cost $39.99 (£34.99) and is a throwback to previous versions featuring updated rosters but “no new development or significant improvements”, EA Sports confirmed. This is mainly for the Nintendo Switch, which only comes in the Legacy Edition. It won’t come with the new HyperMotion 2 tech upgrades or any of the new game modes. It’s essentially FIFA 22 with a few minor upgrades.

What is EA Sports FC?

The upcoming installment of FIFA 23 will be the final installment of the partnership between EA Sports and world governing body FIFA.

After the upcoming release, all future games will cease to use the FIFA name or branding, and the World Cup will also cease to be part of the game as an official FIFA event. Instead, the franchise will be rebranded as EA Sports FC.

MORE: A comprehensive breakdown of EA Sports FC and the future of the FIFA video game

After months of negotiations to extend their current partnership, the two sides failed to agree on future terms. While the current contract expires after the 2022 World Cup in December, EA Sports and FIFA have agreed to extend the current agreement until the FIFA Women’s World Cup in July and August 2023.

After the deal expires, the game will become EA Sports FC. Although the name will be different and the aesthetics of the game may change, there is little in the structure of the game or the gameplay that will fundamentally change after the split.

“EA SPORTS FC will allow us to realize this future and much more… but not before delivering our most expansive game yet with our current naming rights partner, FIFA, for another year,” said the official statement of The company’s EA Sports. “We’re committed to making sure the next FIFA is our best yet, with more features, game modes, World Cup content, clubs, leagues, competitions and players than every FIFA title to date.”