The FIFA 23 Web App has been released, but EA has yet to investigate reports of players being unable to connect to the new service.
As recently announced by EA, the FIFA 23 Web App gives players early access to certain parts of FIFA Ultimate Team before the full game is released. Players could open FUT packs before launch, for example, as well as sell items and open their loyalty reward.
However, it now appears that the web application is experiencing problems. The FIFA Direct Communication Twitter account issued the statement today, on September 22, just hours after the launch of the FIFA 23 Web App, informing users that it was investigating reports that some players were unable to access the service.
We are aware of an issue preventing some players from connecting to the web app and are investigating it.September 22, 2022
Shortly after that, EA stated that the issue was resolved via the tweet below, announcing that all players would now be able to log into the web app. Despite this, responses to the tweet below claim that many players are still unable to log into the web app despite the fixes apparently being implemented.
The issue is now resolved and players can now login to the web app. https://t.co/pQ0tfYAnJ2September 22, 2022
At the time of this writing, it appears that the issues with the web app are limited only to players not being able to access the new service on PC. It doesn’t appear that the FIFA 23 Web App has any real issues or problems within itself, and the entire service should work as planned once players can access it.
This comes eight days before FIFA 23’s eventual release next week on Friday, September 30, on both PC and consoles. However, those who pre-ordered the digital Ultimate Edition will be able to access the new game a few days early on September 27, meaning Ultimate Edition players have little time to get their FUT teams in order before the early release.
Here it is how FIFA 23 Ultimate Team undergoes the biggest changes since its inception.