The turning point for the brand is FIFA 23, the most recent FIFA title from EA Sports. FIFA 22 has undergone a number of advancements since the addition of HyperMotion technology. \n \nThe latest FIFA 23 trailer describes the gameplay and accentuates the numerous advancements made by EA Sports. \n \nFootballer Sam Kerr of Chelsea and forward Kylian Mbappé of Paris Saint-Germain are featured on the FIFA 23 cover. In addition to FIFA 23, which is the first time ever in the series that women's club teams have been on the cover of a FIFA World Title, Kerr is the first female athlete to do so. \n \nJuventus and EA have signed a multi-year agreement, bringing the storied Italian football club back to the series and adding to the history being written for FIFA 23. For the PC, PlayStation 5, Stadia, and Xbox Series X|S versions of FIFA 23, a new variant of HyperMotion technology, HyperMotion2, is introduced. \n \nA new gameplay trailer that thoroughly outlines the game's features were produced by EA almost a week after the FIFA 23 trailer was first unveiled. \n \nTo increase responsiveness, develop fresh gameplay features, and improve the top-notch football experience, EA's HyperMotion2 adds machine learning and millions of new animation frames. \n \nHyperMotion2 machine learning is the foundation of FIFA 23's technical dribbling technology, which enhances ball dribbling on the field. \n \nNew animations also enable technical dribbling to appear lively and realistic while playing. In the trailer, technical dribbling with the left stick of the controller and the Active Touch system is demonstrated. \n \nAnother new HyperMotion2 feature created for FIFA 23 is ML-Jockey, as seen in the gameplay trailer. ML-Jockey offers players more defensive alternatives when pursuing rival team attackers and acts as a stopper for technical dribbling. FIFA 23's ML-Jockey enhances positioning, running, and general defense movement.