Did you buy some FIFA Points in FIFA 22 which you haven't used yet? Then stay tuned, because we'll show you what you have to keep in mind while transferring them to FIFA 23.
Many FIFA players were close to being seduced into buying FIFA points with the imagination of improving their Ultimate Team accounts at least once. We suggest that you should go and look for some trading tips, with which you can earn coins without spending real money – your wallet will thank you.
Of course, it's understandable that some people think about buying FIFA Points especially right at the start when a new FIFA is released. This way, players can upgrade their squads for the first Weekend League in the new game. In case you noticed some FIFA Points still lying around in your FUT 22 Account, you don't have to be angry at yourself for wasting money, because you can actually transfer your FIFA Points to FIFA 23.
Transferring FIFA Points: That's How It Works
To actually be able to use your FIFA Points from FIFA 22 in FIFA 23, you have to be logged in to FIFA 23. That being said, you unfortunately have to wait at least until September 27, before you can use your already bought FIFA Points in FIFA 23. Although EA confirmed that you can buy FIFA Points in the Companion and Web App via their EA Help Twitter account, we don't have a clue on how and where that's supposed to be possible.
Furthermore, you have to keep in mind that you can only transfer FIFA Points within a console family. That means you can't transfer FIFA Points from your PS4 onto your Xbox One.
Also, the transfer of the in-game currency isn't reversible. If you have transferred your FIFA Points to FIFA 23 once, you can't transfer them back to FIFA 22. In case you buy the Early Access for FIFA 23 through EA Play and then buy FIFA Points you can't return them, even if you don't spend any and don't buy the full game.