Can You Buy FIFA Points in the EA Access Trial of FIFA 19?
Another year brings a new edition of the iconic FIFA series to console and PC, and FIFA 19 promises to be one of the best in years. We’ve already written extensively about our impressions of the game in comparison to its big rival, PES. But for those that have already made their mind up about which football/soccer game to purchase this year, you might already be playing it via the EA Access trial. For those subscribed to the service, of course, you’ve got a chance to get ahead of the game and settle into all the new features and gameplay changes before the official full launch next week. But how does that work in relation to FIFA Points? It’s a little unclear as to how and whether they carry over to the full version of the game, and whether you can even purchase them in the first place. Luckily, we’ve got the information to clear up the question: can you buy FIFA Points in EA Access Trial.
The long and the short of it is yes, you can buy FIFA Points in the trial. Basically, your “trial” period is actually just access to the first 10 hours of the full game. Once you’ve ticked over 10 hours an alert will notify you that your EA Access trial is finished.
Now it’s just a waiting game, assuming you haven’t preordered the Champions or Ultimate Edition. That’s right, for those that ordered one of those two editions, your full version goes live on Tuesday, giving you three days early access, letting you get your FIFA Points before everyone else. For everyone else, the standard Friday launch day applies.
That’s all you need to know about if you can buy FIFA Points in the EA Access trial of FIFA 19. For more useful information and guides on the game, check out our wiki guide.