No football game without comments. That means your performance in FIFA 23 will also be judged, live and direct. But if you want, you can simply switch off all criticism in the options. This could be aimed primarily at children, but should also be good for the salvation of many adult players.
You can turn off all critical comments in FIFA 23
Cool new option: If you don’t want to be constantly criticized on the virtual lawn, you can simply go to the settings. There, under the audio menu item, you will find the option to turn off all critical comments.
How does this work? With this setting, the commentators in FIFA 23 should no longer comment on how badly you are doing (of course only in the extremely unlikely event that this should happen at all).
This means that gameplay comments during a FIFA 23 match should only be positive or neutral if you have chosen to do so. All the other stuff that the commenters usually say will still come out to you.
At Eurogamer (in addition to pointing out that the new feature only works moderately) the assumption is expressed that this possibility is primarily an option for children. We would strongly advise against letting children play FIFA 23 for that reason alone, because there are not only Pay2Win mechanics in FUT mode, but also many gambling elements.
We also refer to this in our Big GamePro test on FIFA 23 where we also have to devalue the title:
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Actually, FIFA 23 will not be released until September 30th, so the day after tomorrow. But thanks to EA’s shrewd business tactics, there are a variety of ways to play the annual football sim earlier than that. For example, with the help of the right Game Pass subscription.
How do you find the opportunity to influence the commentators? will you use them