FIFA 23 Chelsea Ratings: what rating did Mason Mount get, when is the release date, can I pre-order the game?

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Gamers who enjoyed FIFA can get excited as a new trailer concerning the new edition was recently released, showing people new animations in the game, as well as releasing some ratings of certain players.

After the conclusion of one of the most anticipated promos of all time, Team of the Season, which sees cards of the best players in a certain league receive a huge boost, the game tends to tail off, with players taking a couple of months off to get ready for a fresh start.

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With the release date now confirmed, and many places now offering you the chance to pre-order the game, it’s time to get excited!

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When is the official release date of FIFA 23?

According to an announcement by EA Sports, who produce the game, FIFA 23 will be released on Friday, 30 September. Those who pre-order the Ultimate Edition will be granted access three days prior on the 27th.

It’s being released at a slightly later date this year than last year, with FIFA 22 being fully released on September 27.

What are the Chelsea ratings for FIFA 23?

Unfortunately, not all of the ratings are currently available, with just a handful from the side available.

The confirmed ratings, it descending order are:

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  • N’Golo Kante: 89
  • Edouard Mendy: 86
  • Thiago Silva: 86
  • Jorginho: 85
  • Mateo Kovacic: 84
  • Reece James: 84
  • Timo Werner: 83
  • Kai Havertz: 83
  • Hakim Ziyech: 83
  • Mason Mount: 83
  • Cesar Azpilicueta: 82
  • Kepa Arrizabalaga: 80

These ratings are subject to change and may not reflect the ratings when the game is released.

Can I pre-order the game?

With more and more being released about the game every day, many places are now offering you the chance to pre-order the game.

One of these places is the nationwide gaming store Game. You can pre-order the game on multiple platforms, such as Nintendo Switch, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, and Xbox.

The prices for each of these platforms can be found below:

Nintendo Switch: £34.99

Xbox: £54.99

Xbox Series X: £64.99

PS4: £54.99

PS5: £64.99

Another site offering gamers the chance to pre-order the new game is CD Keys. All of the multiple, discounted offers on the game across multiple platforms can be found across the website.

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G2A are also offering a preorder for the origin platform, with the full price available to view on their official website.

A reputable store that can provide all you need for gaming is Very. The cost to pre-order the game on the Xbox One is £54.99 and the cost to buy the game on PS5 costs £64.99, with other platforms also available.

What do you get with your pre-order?

Pre-ordering the game can give you certain perks that give you an advantage over your opponents, and exclusive perks in offline modes such as career mode.

On the Game website, they state that with your pre-order you get: ‘Team of the week 1 player item: Untradeable Player item for your FIFA Ultimate Team. Kylian Mbappe Loan Item for 5 FUT matches. FUT Ambassador Loan Player Pick: Choose from Davies, Son or Vinicius Jr. for 3 FUT matches. Career Mode Homegrown Talent: Local youth Prospect with world-class potential.’

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