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If you've been impatiently waiting for the FIFA 23 web app, your patience is about to pay off.
Excitement has been building about the game, said to be the last under the FIFA name.
Many fans have been brushing up on their knowledge for the best player ratings and double checking the release dates.
One of the changes that has fans most excited is the ability for cross-platform play, where players on a PC can play 1vs1 matches with someone on a PS5, for example.
2022 is no exception, with the FIFA 23 web app coming in a matter of days.
The web app means players can access their clubs and organise their teams and players without having to actually sit down to play the game.
You can access it on your phone, as well as on PC or laptop.
It's perfect for a quick update or for making a change on the move when you think of it.
If you buy the Ultimate Edition then you gain access to the web app a few days before everyone else.
In 2021, the web app became available on September 22nd, with the full version arriving on September 28th.
This year FIFA has confirmed on the website that the web app will be released tomorrow, September 21st, as revealed in a trailer.
Based on previous years, it's safe to assume that the companion app will follow a few days later.
Some fans are hoping that the web app will make it easier to complete Squad Building Challenges too.
You can also buy and sell players on the transfer market, and the web app layout makes it even easier to use.
The 2022 web app went offline on the 16th, so fans have been waiting patiently for the arrival of the new version.
Not long now!