Did you think you were qualified for a demo adaptation of FIFA 21, similar to consistently? It missed. EA Sports – one of the brands of the American organization Electronic Arts, represent considerable authority in sports games like FIFA and Madden – has recently shown on its Twitter account that it will eventually not offer a demo of the game this year.
A few days ago, the group released the ranking of the 100 best players in FIFA 21, which we had studied in detail. Whether you enjoy watching the evolution of players over the years or are just curious, don’t hesitate to take a look.
EA Play members will get early access to FIFA 21 starting October 1
In a mechanical and factual tweet, EA Sports explains. “We do not offer a demo for FIFA 21. Instead, we want to devote all the time necessary to ensure that our development teams can provide the best possible gaming experience, for current and next-gen consoles.” Before adding, “We look forward to EA PLAY members enjoying this 10 days from now before we can launch the game on October 9”.
Indeed, members of the EA Play service – an Electronic Arts subscription video game service on Xbox One, PS4, and Windows, offering access to a handful of EA games and a few additional perks – get early access. at FIFA 21 from October 1 to 9, 2020. Service subscribers will be able to play the game before everyone else, and for 10 hours. By the way, EA Play costs $4.99 per month or $29.99 per year. Note that the service will be included in Xbox Game Pass Ultimate by the end of the year, but not until the release of FIFA 21.
As part of EA’s Dual Entitlement, FIFA 21 will also be part of the PS4 or Xbox One games that will be available for free in an optimized version on PS5 and Xbox Series X (if you already own them). As a reminder, FIFA 21 will be available on October 9, 2020 on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Playstation 5, Xbox Series and Stadia.