A FIFA 23 bug found in career mode seems to capture an image of equality and diversity that is perhaps only possible in EA’s soccer game, which is out now and, based on our FIFA 23 review, pretty good (as long as know how to fix it). the anti-cheat bug).
FIFA 23 Reddit user TheOutcome3 shares an image apparently captured during his career mode showing Mayumi Pacheco, a defender for Aston Villa in the FA Women’s Super League, playing alongside Real Madrid’s men’s team. “I have a bug in career mode where players can be signed and now all the major teams have women,” TheOutcome3 explains, adding that they are in “year three” of their career mode, and female players have started appearing in the men’s teams. “last season”.
“You call this a bug,” replies a FIFA 23 Redditor. “I call this revolutionary! Equality!” “Wish this was a feature to be honest,” replies another. “If I can play Ted Lasso and the AFC Richmond players, surely I could use Sam Kerr and Beth Mead as well.”
It is currently not possible to play a men’s and women’s team in FIFA 23, let alone create a mixed team. TheOutcome3 says they aren’t sure what caused the alleged bug, as FIFA 23’s extensive career mode features “too many variables”, although one fan claims they experienced a similar bug in FIFA 22. “How was the bug triggered? ‘, a player asks. . “I also want it”. “Dude, that’s so much fun,” says another. “I wish we could do it on purpose to be honest.”
If you’re jumping into FIFA 23, maximize your chances of winning the treble with our FIFA 23 career mode guide. You can also check out our guide to all FIFA 23 OTW players, or FIFA 23 chemistry, to make sure you your team is as strong as possible.