Another feature that I wanted to FIFA 23 Coins test first-hand was the new Physics system. The new physics system HyperMotion 2 being touted as an attempt to incorporate more realistic physics in gaming, it was my was eager to determine if the new features were actually affecting the game. It's not all positive in this regard. On one hand, there's the new revamped ball physics on display as you switch between the play. The ball spins and rotates accurately as you track the ball's flight.
On the other hand the things EA pointed out in its pre-release announcements, like collision physics and deflections look like they did the previous year. While the weight of players is increasing for the better but players are still crashing into each other and produce unrealistic collisions, particularly considering the habit of keeping that finger hovering over the sprint button.
A lot of the new deflections caused by the extended leg or foot can only be seen on replay, and from the some of the replays I've watched, I've noticed that these shots particularly the power version -- will cause some injuries. Deflections and 50-50s are still favored by the AI particularly as you get used to new body forms and what they mean in terms of acceleration.
HyperMotion, realistic physics and HyperMotion just won't work. There's still too much moving and sliding that impede the realistic results. Sliders like OS' Community Sliders assist in slowing the game down and make it more realistic, but they're only able to do very little when it comes to the physics.
In this day's deep dive I'll go over the new game features available to players FIFA 23 to share my impressions on which ones can have an impact on the game, what kind of impacts (negative positively or negatively) they can have, and if there's scope for buying FUT 23 Coins improvement. For a list of all the new features, we'll just reference the EA FIFA 23 site.