There is a saying that "The FIFA 23 lords giveth, and the FIFA 23 lords taketh away FUT 23 Coins . Fans have been begging for the National Women's Soccer League to be included in the game for more than a decade. EA finally dropped each of the 12 clubs (plus the UWCL) onto the pitch on Tuesday. For those women who are on the rosters, their game-day appearances are the stuff of uncanny valley fantasies.
In addition, many of these athletes look absolutely nothing like their counterparts from the real world, yet in some cases FIFA 23 whitewashes the hell out of them. This is apparent in the tweet above by Houston Dash player Caprice Dydasco. "I'm very happy EA Sports is finally including the NWSL but this does not represent me," she writes alongside an image of her game character and another in real life. Dydasco, who hails originally from Hawaii but describes herself with the term "mostly Asian," is evidently lighter-skinned in this video game screenshot.
Angel City FC and former USWNT player Sydney Leroux has been the most active on social media, noting how much more realistic her look was in FIFA 16. when she was included with every member of U.S. Women's National Team.
Leroux later quoted several players' tweets on how they look in-game with a laugh at the outrageously horrible model characters. "Found my long-lost twin! It's a fraternal connection," tweeted Portland Thorns player Janine Beckie. Her teammate Madison Hammond wrote "Somebody please contact me when they locate myself, Madison Hammond #99 from Angel City! Because this...is nothing but a lie!"
Leroux wrote "mam who is Didier Drogba" in response, in reference to Drogba, the male Ivorian retired professional. Hammond is, notably is of Black as well as Native American descent.Leroux also shared an image of the hairless character model of San Diego Wave keeper Kailen Sheridan. He added "I realize that women are expected to be content and grateful that you' FIFA 23 buy Coins ve given us a little bit of publicity but please stop making us feel like a burden. Many of us are bald."