Kudos on EA for giving us a new shooting command and especially one that FIFA 23 Coins includes manual aiming. Also, you can switch off the annoying zoom-in feature that will play when the power shot is triggered. Overall, it's a nice feature to shoot with.
Set pieces have gotten stale in FIFA over time. While free kicks are still far too few for my taste, when you do get one, they're far more exciting. Additionally, penalties have been simplified for better. Furthermore, corners haven't just copied the same mechanics as set pieces but also feature a fresh camera view.
Not only have set pieces improved from a mechanics standpoint however, they've also improved visually. Together with the best players and players who are skilled at flying becoming relevant in the current game, it's great to be able to see EA make improvements in this part and game.
One feature I was interested in trying on my own was the new Physics system. In the wake of HyperMotion 2 being touted as the perfect way to introduce more realistic physical physics to the game, I wanted to find out if the changes had an effect on gameplay. Well, it's somewhat mixed on this front. On the one hand, there's the latest revamped ball's physical properties whenever you switch the play. The ball spins , turns and turns realistically as you track the ball's path through the air.
However there are things EA pointed out in its pre-release announcements, like collision and deflections are and feel similar to last year. While the weight of the players has increased to a greater degree however, players continue to collide with each other and cause unrealistic collisions, especially with the tendency to buying FUT 23 Coins keep the finger hovering over the sprint button.