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FIFA 23 servers down as players flood early access launch, Ultimate Team unplayable



UPDATE: EAs servers are coming back online after an outage that lasted roughly two hours. Players are now able to log into Ultimate Team.

Players should now be able to connect to EA Servers again, thanks for your patience.

— FIFA Direct Communication (@EAFIFADirect) September 27, 2022


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ORIGINAL STORY: FIFA 23 officially launched its early access period today for those who bought the Ultimate Edition, and already the servers have gone down.

At the time of publication, Ultimate Team was unplayable on both PlayStation and Xbox.



FIFA 23 doesnt launch proper until this Friday, 30th September, and its early access wasnt meant to begin until 4pm this afternoon, but the 10-hour EA Play trial was made available a day early, meaning FIFA 23s effective launch was yesterday, 26th September.


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EA has now acknowledged the issues, and issued a statement on Twitter:

“We are investigating reports of some players being unable to connect to EA Servers and will provide an update in this thread when available,” the publisher wrote.

We are investigating reports of some players being unable to connect to EA Servers and will provide an update in this thread when available.

— FIFA Direct Communication (@EAFIFADirect) September 27, 2022


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Well keep an eye on the servers throughout the evening. In the meantime, its worth checking out our FIFA 23 launch guide to see whats what.


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