The music of the Spanish singers Quevedo and Rosalía, among others, has been included in the soundtrack of the football video game FIFA 23, which incorporates songs by other world-renowned artists such as Stromae, Danger Mouse and more than a hundred songs. , Flume, Bad Bunny, Jack Harlow and MIA, reports Electronic Arts (EA).

“This year’s soundtrack demonstrates the breadth of the world’s love for the game, capturing sounds from all sides of the globe. We wanted to emphasize the importance of our global football community through music and are excited to partner with this incredible group.” of artists to provide the songs and anthems for the largest FIFA in history,” said Raphaella Lima, Global Music Marketing Director at EA.

Fans can also show their support for their favorite musicians through FIFA Ultimate Team packs designed by artists such as Jack Harlow, Rosalía, Pheelz and Central Cee. Custom packs, designed to embody each artist’s personality, can be unlocked through a series of objectives starting on September 27.

The menu soundtrack welcomes FIFA 23 players with 57 tunes from fan-favorite artists like FKA Twigs, Flume, MILKBLOOD, Phoenix, Sampa The Great, ODESZA and more. The playlist showcases a wide variety of sounds, ranging from Angolan pop singer Pongo to Argentinian hip hop artist Trueno.

Additionally, this year’s Volta Football soundtrack captures the authentic and gritty feel of street football with tracks from Nas, Denzel Curry, Quevedo and Remi Wolf. The carefully selected mix of hip hop, alternative, electronic dance and pop music transports players directly into the game of street soccer.

FIFA 23 has been developed by EA Vancouver and EA Romania and will be available worldwide for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series XS, PC, Stadia, PS4 and Xbox One on September 30.