The FIFA 23 web app is now live, but there are still some issues

The FIFA 23 web app is now live, but there are still some issues ...

FIFA 23 is on the horizon, and for dedicated fans who want to get their FUT ready and raring to go, the web app is finally here. The latest installment of the world-renowned football franchise has released its annual app for iOS and Android phones, which assists players in getting their FIFA Ultimate Teams ready before FIFA 23s release on September 30.

Only FIFA 22 players who had a FUT 22 club before August 1, 2022 will be able to access the vital Ultimate Team tool early, though everyone else will have to wait.

Except for actual matches, the FIFA 23 web app offers, as always, all of the features of the actual FIFA 23 FUT game mode.

Players may complete squad building challenges, customize the active stadium, and returning players may join the FIFA transfer market.

What can I do on the FIFA 23 App?

On the FIFA 23 app, FUT enthusiasts may get their gear on and prepare to complete as many tasks as their hearts desire.

Here's a list of some of the apps you can do:

  • Check the FUT leaderboards;
  • Complete squad building challenges;
  • Complete squad management objectives;
  • Customize the active stadium;
  • Manage and share FUT squads (including concept squads);
  • Purchase packs and FIFA Points from the FUT store;
  • Redeem Squad Battles, Rivals, and FUT Champions rewards;
  • Search, sell and trade items in the transfer market.

Users are unable to watch matches. However, they can open their loyalty reward. FIFA's companion app allows players to make changes before the titles are released, although there have been some difficulties keeping it up.

FIFA 23 web app faces immediate issues

FIFA's direct communication Twitter account has acknowledged that there are already issues with the FIFA 23 web app, saying: Were looking into it.

We're aware of an issue that prevented some players from connecting to the Web App, and we're looking into it.

Login difficulties were eventually resolved, but unfortunately for the FIFA app developers, additional difficulties developed as time went on. They later disclosed that they were investigating reports of some players not being able to log into the Web App.

We're currently looking into reports of some players being unable to log into the Web App, and will update you in this thread when available.

These issues have been resolved, and while the game is a rollercoaster, there may be more hiccups in the future before FIFA 23 is released.

Despite its flaws, the app is a great way to get a jump start on FUT this year.