For those FIFA addicts considering how they could play as CR7 in FIFA 23 Coins, we have an answer for that. While Juventus will not be on FIFA 23, a group named Piemonte Calcio will replaces the Italian giants. Similar to PES has had to perform over time, you guessed it, Piemonte Calcio will be a knock-off version of Juve - finish with all the Juventus squad. The footage appears to indicate that PES will also get exclusive access to Juventus' Allianz Stadium.

In the last few years, there have been very few cases where PES has got one over on FIFA -- but getting exclusive use of Juventus is unquestionably a small triumph for the former International Superstar Soccer. And since the FIFA 22 cover art has been Cristiano Ronaldo in total Juventus garb, we are convinced EA Sports is only a little irked by the news that they'll no longer have the ability to feature Italy's most successful club at its own second FIFA offering.

When it comes to licensing, for the time being, the boot is going to be on the other foot. As alluded to, PES has often opted out of paying the licensing fees required to get access to real teams and actual kits; Pro Evo rather giving gamers made-up teams using generic kits. It is only a little one, but this mark this as a triumph for Pro Evolution Soccer.

Together with the 2018/19 club over, it's the time of the year where the newest edition of EA Sports' FIFA starts its road to getting redundant. It's now that eyes start to float towards another installment of EA's legendary football franchise, as gamers begin to dream of what stunning summer signings their team will create by the time FIFA 23 rolls around. Barcelona fans are already drooling at incorporating Antoine Griezmann into an unstoppable FIFA frontline that includes Messi, Suarez, Dembele, and Coutinho, while Man Utd fans are sobbing in their cereal at using a midfield of McTominay, Fred, and Longstaff.

Regardless of who you support all eyes are on the September 27th release date that has been set for FIFA 23. And what exactly will many players do the moment they load up the new FIFA? Theystart to collect a squad capable of dominating the rankings of FUT and'll head straight to the supreme Team mode. Of course, Ultimate Team is far from a perfect part of FIFA - there are the same problems with FUT -- yet some of those issues seem much fixable should EA Sports wish to improve Ultimate Team. Bearing that in mind, these suggestions would make FIFA Ultimate Team are far, far smoother and more enjoyable gaming experience for all involved.

By its very fundamentals, FIFA Ultimate Team is all about creating a squad that's unique to every gamer and their specific style and complete. From formations, to players, to managers to the respective style of play incorporated by every gamer -- FUT is all about customisation. Now, while gamers have the ability to apply one of the many in-game kits because their residence or off strip, to provide an even more all-encompassing awareness of customisation, a natural step would be for players to have the ability to design their personal kits.

A number of the special kits made by music arts for Ultimate Team offerings are completely and utterly horrendous, to be blunt. Seriously, just take a peek at a few of the kits shown in the corresponding picture? If that's the bar of acceptability, surely gamers should be allowed complete hands to conjure up their own apparel in order to add one sense of identity to buy FUT 23 Coins. Then, we put a halt to opponents turning up in that tuxedo kit that is garish.