FIFA 23 – Config/Save File and Screenshots Location on PC

FIFA 23 offers a decent range of options for you to change to your liking and set them as per your preference. The same goes for the controls of the game. In the previous versions of FIFA, namely, before FIFA 21, we faced a lot of issues in binding the keys for the keyboard properly.

EA has addressed that issue and binding keys are now more consistent than before. We also have the option to play the game using Mouse and Keyboard at the same time. All of these settings can be changed from inside the game which is a very convenient way of doing it in FIFA 23. Previously, we used to get a separate window for doing all of these changes.

But, what if I told you that you can do even more changes to the configuration files of the game? In order to do that, you need to first know where it is located. The same goes for the Screenshots folder of FIFA 23. Your precious screenshots will be saved to this folder for you to view later. Let us take a look at where they are located and how we can access them.

FIFA 23 save file, config file and screenshots location

Config, Save File, and Screenshots Location for FIFA 23

In order to open and access all of these files, follow the given path:

  • Go to Your PC (or This PC for Windows 10 by default)
  • Access Local Disk (C: for me)
  • Users followed by the Username you are using for your system
  • Go to Documents
  • Open the FIFA 23 Folder

Once you are there, you should see two files you can easily access and overwrite to your liking. They are ButtonDataSetup V1 and fifasetup. You can open these two and change them as per your preference. Let us see what changes we can make to FIFA 23 from the config files:

  • MSAA_LEVEL = 0
  • USE_GOAL_NETS_3D = -1

These are my default Config files settings for FIFA 23. As you can see above, you can disable or enable Goal Nets, and Make FIFA 23 Borderless by setting the value to 1. Change the MSAA Level for the game and do much more that you cannot do from inside the game. I personally do not use this setting, but I am sure some of you out there would want to know.

As you can see from the first image I used, the “Screenshots” folder is also located in the same directory. You can easily access your images from here if you have decided to use the in-game screen capture feature any chance.

Words of Caution

These are some tips I want to share so that you do not mess up the game from your end. Always take a backup of the original fifasetup files before making any changes to the game. Set the game to read and write only to make the changes, then toggle read-only again.

This will ensure that your file is safe and cannot be overridden or overwritten. If these changes cause any issues to your game, kindly restore the original files and you should be good to go!

If you face any issues during or after the changes or have any questions, make sure to let me know via the comments below. Stay posted on the website for more FIFA 23 content. Thanks for reading and I will see you in the next guide!


Last Updated on September 27, 2022

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