Lidia Rozo
2022-09-29 08:23:47

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The king sport is usually followed enough around the world and that is why today it is necessary to tell you how to skip Cutscenes in FIFA 23.

What is the point of skipping cutscenes in FIFA 23?

Having the ability to get rid of this time, some games have scenes that only make us spend entertainment time and therefore skipping them is a necessary task to execute, so that we are allowed to have a much more direct game, we must take into account Keep in mind that on the 30th it will be released in full and that it is highly likely that we will see many scenes that will only take up time, although it is true, this can offer us some experience, it is also worth noting that it usually subtracts emotion.

How to skip Cutscenes in FIFA 23?

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Cutscenes are usually shown when starting career mode or when entering Ultimate Team, luckily there are several ways to get rid of these, considering that they usually add context to the game, as well as offering some information about what may be happening in the game, they are merely visual effects really.

To skip the Cutscenes we must:


  •  Press and hold square in the case of playing on PS4 and PS5.
  • Press and hold the X button if you are playing on Xbox One or Xbox Series X/S.
  • Press and hold the Y button if you are playing on the Nintendo Switch.


 We will see that by pressing the correct button the timer is usually filled at the bottom on the left side of our screen and when it is full we can skip the scene to continue playing in the way we are.

 We can conclude this guide on How to skip Cutscenes in FIFA 23, so that it will only be enough to press the indicated buttons and that's it.

Microsoft Windows PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 PS4, PlayStation 5 PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Stadia
EA Canada
Electronic Arts, EA Sports
Single-player, multiplayer
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