FIFA 23 update patch notes for October 5: Gameplay unchanged, Dribbling, penalty & referee changes

FIFA 23 update patch notes for October 5: Gameplay unchanged, Dribbling, penalty & referee changes

FIFA 23 patch notes for October 5 – Release Date

The first FIFA 23 patch was released on October 5, 2022, and as for the upcoming patches, we can look at around a week until the next one is released.

Gameplay unchanged, Dribbling, penalty & referee changes

Penalty kicks will now require more finesse, and accuracy when taking the kick will now be reduced. Technical dribbling has been changed.

Teammates who may not have the best dribbling will now have their skill reduced to match their stats.

Referee decisions have also received a slight overhaul. Soft or unjustified free throws will now be less likely to be called during arm-to-arm contact in the game.

Full FIFA 23 October 5 live tuning update patch notes

The following Live Tuning gameplay changes are now available:

  • Reduced the accuracy of Penalty Kicks taken when the Composure Ring is yellow or red.
  • Increased Technical Dribbling animation speed for lower rated dribblers.
    • This change specifically impacts players whose dribbling related Attributes are below 90.
  • Adjusted referees to be less likely to call fouls for arm-related collisions.
  • Adjusted referees to be more likely to award yellow cards for fouls committed by Hard Slide Tackles.

Fifa 23 wiki :

Developer(s)EA Vancouver
EA Romania
Publisher(s)EA Sports
SeriesFIFA
Platform(s)
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Nintendo Switch
  • PlayStation 4
  • PlayStation 5
  • Xbox One
  • Xbox Series X/S
  • Stadia
Release30 September 2022
Genre(s)Sports
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer