Cristiano Ronaldo’s famous SIU celebration has been perfected on FIFA 23 by EA Sports.
The Portuguese is known for his iconic celebration whenever he finds the back of the net, it has featured in recent editions of the FIFA franchise by it has been taken to another level in FIFA 23.
Gamers who have ordered the Ultimate Edition of FIFA 23 were given early access on Tuesday, September 27, three days before the official world wide release on Friday, September 30.
Ronaldo is a popular choice on FIFA as he is one of the highest rated players in the game and his celebration continues to be second to none.
In previous FIFA editions, the celebration has been upgraded step by step and in FIFA 23 it has been perfected.
When Ronaldo scored, he was seen running off and doing his famous SIU celebration, and both him and the crowd can be heard making the SIU noise, which is the loudest it has ever been. The visual representation of the whole celebration has also been upgraded to look better than before. You can watch the footage below.
No FIFA 23, o público no estádio grita “SIIIIIIIU” quando o Cristiano Ronaldo marca um gol. pic.twitter.com/ibj1TNa2xc— Curiosidades Premier League (@CuriosidadesPRL) September 28, 2022
There are also new celebrations that have been added to FIFA 23. Diogo Jota’s signature move, The Gamer has been included along with viral NFL celebration, The Griddy, which has been performed by the likes of Anthony Elanga and Christian Pulisic.
Sam Kerr’s The Flip celebration has also been introduced as FIFA 23 is the first edition to include women’s club football.
A decision that has delighted the Football Association’s Commercial Director, Navin Singh.
He said: “I’m delighted that the Barclays Women’s Super League will be one of the first women’s club competitions to feature in EA SPORTS FIFA 23, with the franchise historically having one of the largest and most engaged gaming communities in the world.
“The added visibility a global brand like EA SPORTS will provide for our league, teams and players cannot be underestimated. This very much supports our ambition to accelerate the growth of the women’s game in England, and highlights our commitment to open up the Barclays Women’s Super League, and make it even more accessible, to new audiences around the globe.”
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