Dual Entitlement is a technique that you should consider upgrading your console next year. If you don't want to lose your FIFA 23 advancement, then youll need to learn about it.
Many gamers will be upgrading shortly as the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S become more readily available.
The only issue with some games is that they do not offer free next-gen upgrades, such as FIFA 23.
FIFA 23 is now available for download, without having to purchase a whole new version. Here's how.
FIFA 23: How to Upgrade to Next Gen (PS5 and Xbox Series X|S)
FIFA 23 is compatible with the next-gen version for no additional cost. This is only available when purchasing the digital Ultimate Edition of FIFA 23.
Dual Entitlement enables you to access FIFA 23 on either the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, or the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
FIFA 23's digital Ultimate Edition will be required for Dual Entitlement. Once you have Dual Entitlement, you'll have access to:
- PS4 & PS5 FIFA 23 Editions
- Xbox One & Xbox Series X Editions
Unfortunately, this is the only method to upgrade FIFA 23 to Next Gen. If you decide to purchase the Standard Edition on PS4, then you will need to purchase the Standard Edition on PS5.
Dual Entitlement is only available for console families within the same console family. This means if you purchase the Ultimate Edition on PS4, you will not have Dual Entitlement on Xbox Series X|S.
Cross-play isn't an option in FIFA 23. For the first time ever, FIFA 23 Ultimate Team will feature cross-play.
Every New Club, League, and Stadium Has Been Confirmed for FIFA 23
When I upgrade FIFA 23 to the next generation, will the transfer proceed?
When you upgrade to FIFA 23's next-gen version, not all of your progress will transfer. Only Ultimate Team and Volta progress will transfer.
The following progress will be specific to the console you play it on:
- Online Seasons
- Co-Op Seasons
- Career Mode
- Pro Clubs
The FIFA 2023 Ultimate Team has agreed to a transfer. This is good news, given the new modes and reworks coming to FUT this year.