EA Sports have taken to the pitch with FIFA 23 update 1.21. This free latest patch is now available to download multiple versions of the game including PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S, fixing issues found in its Womens World Cup mode.
FIFA 23 update 1.21 – also referred to as Title Update 15 – also includes more general fixes, as outlined in the patch note below.
FIFA 23 Update 1.21 | Patch Notes
FIFA Womens World Cup™
Addressed the following issues:
- Sometimes, in Offline Tournaments, the Knockout Stage UI could display the incorrect result.
- Sometimes, in Offline Tournaments, the news section could display incorrect information.
Addressed the following issue:
- Addressed some stability issues that could occur when saving progress.
General, Audio, and Visual
Made the following changes:
- Added a take me there link from the Main Menu to the FIFA Womens World Cup™.
- Updated instances of incorrect text.
- Updated some starheads, crowd hair, and headwear.
Thanks to those who’ve provided feedback. Throughout the course of the FIFA 23 season, we’ll provide you with more information and updates if and when they become available. Be sure to follow EAFCDIRECT on Twitter and the EASFC Tracker for the latest updates.
In our FIFA 23 review, we scored the sporting sequel a solid 8/10, saying that:
FIFA 23 is the most expansive game in the series’ long history; women’s football has never been better represented, there’s fun new activities like Volta Arcade, and there’s still all of the classic modes. Still where FIFA 23 takes steps forward in some areas, it could still be better in others. The action on the pitch is fun and engaging, but the user interface can be clunky, and modes like player career mode feels like an afterthought with largely superficial changes, compared to the investment in Ultimate Team. FIFA 23 is the end of an era and goes out on a high, but still has the hallmarks of the series’ gradual yearly evolution.
2023 is shaping up to be a monumental year for gaming’s biggest footie sim. This year’s instalment will be called EA Sports FC 24 after EA turned down renewing the FIFA license. A reveal stream gave us our first look at new features and improvements ahead of its August 28th release date.
Source: Trello (EA Sports FC)