FIFA 23’s World Cup mode is live, filling the football simulation with the block colours of international kits as everyone makes their way to Qatar. If you enjoy arguably the biggest sports tournament in the world, then you’re bound to want to give it a virtual rerun whenever you can.
So, we can help you learn how to download the FIFA 23 World Cup mode, as well as the various different features therein. For more, check out our FIFA 23 ratings, FIFA 23 crossplay, and FIFA 23 OTW guides to keep abreast of all the latest changes in the global megahit from EA Sports.
Anyway, here’s our FIFA 23 World Cup guide:
No, the Nintendo Switch is the only console that does not get the FIFA 23 World Cup mode. This is due to the Switch version being fundamentally different from the main home console versions – and being fundamentally the same as its previous versions for the last few years.
If you decide to move away from Nintendo’s handheld to relive the wonderful surprises of the competition, downloading the FIFA 23 World Cup update is as simple as updating the game. If this hasn’t happened automatically, head to the game page to check for updates.
On Xbox, head to your games library and scroll down to the updates tab to see if there are any available. On PlayStation, head to the game, press options, and press ‘check for updates’.