FIFA 23: New event for the World Cup on Friday – leak with first information

FIFA 23: New event for the World Cup on Friday – leak with first information

The next event for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar will start in FIFA 23 next Friday. The first information has already leaked out as part of fresh leaks.

A suitable loading screen in FIFA 23 already revealed that we can look forward to something new at the end of the week. This showed us the design of the upcoming cards in advance and revealed the start date, which is December 9th at 7 p.m. our time.

FIFA 23: Phenoms event for the 2022 World Cup on Friday – what do the leaks reveal?

The so-called Phenoms event, the name of which is assumed in the leaked material, is another FIFA 23 World Cup promotion for the popular Ultimate Teams mode. According to leakers like FUT Sherrif, we can expect to see special cards for the young talents taking part in this year’s World Cup in Qatar.

As usual in the past, these should be equipped with improved values, upgrades for skill moves or special abilities. We can already see two of the new maps for FIFA 23 in advance via Twitter. On the one hand, there is the 19-year-old Jew Bellingham, who, in addition to his club activities at Borrussia Dortmund, is currently having his first successes with the English national team on the international stage.

In addition to that, Eder Militao from Real Madrid should also get a special card with the Phenoms event for FIFA 23. The 24-year-old Brazilian is already in the quarter-finals of the tournament with his national team after the impressive 4-1 win against South Korea.

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New Squad Building Challenges

As FUT Sherrif also writes on Twitter, in addition to fresh tasks and goals, we can expect new player cards with the Squad Building Challenges, which you can fulfill in FIFA 23’s Ultimate Teams mode.

The focus here is primarily on players who meet in the thrilling games of the KO round. For example, the Dutch youngster Memphis Depay and veteran Marcos Acuna from Argentina, as well as Luke Shaw and Marcus Thuram, who see themselves on the pitch in the duel between England and France.

Whether FIFA 23 has correctly predicted the winner of the World Cup again this year after being correct in the previous two tournaments remains to be seen – the team that spat out the popular football simulation for the 2022 tournament is at least still in the race.