Set pieces have not FIFA 23 Coins only improved in mechanics however, they've also improved visually. In conjunction with players who are strong and players who are skilled in the air becoming more relevant again, it's good to be able to see EA improve the quality of this area of the game.
The feature I wanted to test for myself was the new Physics system. Since HyperMotion 2 being touted as the perfect way to introduce more realistic physics into the game, I wanted to test how the changes would have any effect at all.
The result is somewhat mixed on this subject. On the other side, you'll notice the updated ball's physical properties whenever you switch the play. The ball spins and rotates real-time as you track the ball's flight.
However on the other hand, the features EA has highlighted in the pre-release, such as collision physics and deflections, look like they did the last time. While the weight of the players has increased for the better yet, players still crash into each other and cause unrealistic collisions, especially considering the habit of keeping your fingers glued to the sprint button.
A lot of the new deflections made by extended legs or feet can only be observed through replay, and the few replays I've seen -- especially those of the power version -- will cause some injuries. Deflections and 50-50s will always favor the AI especially when you get used to buying FUT 23 Coins the new body kinds and what they mean regarding acceleration.