A major problem are the privileged ones who have the option of playing before the FIFA 23 for their EA Play premium subscriptions, but PC gamers are having a hard time booting up the title, as the system EA anti cheat is throwing an error message that prevents it from opening on Origin and your chosen platform.
Multiple users on social networks are in fact warning of the error and some have ventured to provide solutions.
This would happen by starting Origin in administrator version:
Either EA Play or Origin it works. Your welcome.
— Joel Garcia (@soyjoelg) September 26, 2022
FIFA 23 EA AntiCheat possible FIX (PC/Win10)
⚠️ I don’t guarantee that this thread will actually fix the problem for you, but maybe I can help ⚠️
— Sn0w (@Sn0wDE) September 27, 2022
There is a solution that seems to be working for some, and that is to run the Origin app and FIFA 23.exe in the Manager settings.
To potentially fix the EA Anti-Cheat ‘Safe Boot’ error by running the programs in Administrator, follow these steps:
- Navigate to the program folder of the program you want to run.
- Right-click on the program icons for Origin and FIFA 23 (the .exe files).
- Select ‘Properties’.
- In the Compatibility tab, select the ‘Run this program as an administrator’ option.
Now, you are likely to find that after you have started the game in Manager, it will take a long time to start. But that’s normal, just be patient.