In the past, Volta Football and FIFA 23 Coins Pro Clubs are now one nice section, and are both plagued by similar issues. We all know that the only thing that can make you happy is another person and nowhere is this more evident as in Pro Clubs, where drop-in games are filled with players who frighten the AI with absurd calls to throw the ball. It's enjoyable to build your own Shrek-adjacent goal-killer with a closet filled with silly hats however, when your progress is tied to your game score, you're compelled to execute savage skill moves that Saint Maximin would never take on.
Unfortunately, FIFA's street soccer car, Volta, suffers a similar fate, as illustrated by the new "Take Flight" Signature Ability that transforms you into an aerial master. Since the ability is based on the ability to cross and teamwork, many players simply pick Power Strike and haphazardly smack the ball following a giddy run.
The positive is that it appears EA has listened to my pleas for an improved Volta Arcade, so I am a full contributor to the fact that it's now been extended to an even more intense battle royale game with fun mini-games and obstacles courses that bring back the best aspects of Fall Guys. It's still a bit risible to only have it available during weekends, however.
Quelle surprise! Ultimate Team has received the most attention. The team-training mode I've wanted to find has finally arrived with FUT Moments. Moments provides bite-sized pockets of buy FIFA 23 Coins games with a variety of challenging challenges that test your body and discover how various cards interact.