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FIFA 19: Is it Coming to EA Access?

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FIFA 19: Is it Coming to EA Access?

Is FIFA 19 Coming to EA Access?

Ever since EA launched the EA Access program back in 2014, avid sports fans have signed up left and right in order to get all of their athletics based video games, as well as other Electronic Arts goodies. With the release of FIFA 19 on the horizon, many have questions as to whether they’ll be able to get their hands on the title via the subscription service.

Ever since the program was started, the FIFA franchise has been a staple, always becoming available around the same time. This year will be no different, as fans can expect the title to become available on EA Access around April or May 2019. For example, FIFA 17 was added to the Vault on April 21. A year before, FIFA 16 hit the service April 5. Lastly, FIFA 15 came later in the May of 2015. There has been no confirmation from EA regarding whether or not FIFA 19 will definitely hit the EA Access Vault, but we’d be very surprised if things changed this year.

Once FIFA 19 arrives at the Vault, simply log into your account and you’ll be able to play your favorite soccer game online or download it to your device in order to play offline.

How to Sign Up to EA or Origin Access to Play FIFA 19

You can sign up for the EA Access program if you are interested either by a monthly or annual payment. An EA Access monthly membership costs $4.99 a month, while an annual membership costs $29.99. The easiest way to sign up is online, through EA or Xbox. Once you are a member of the Access program, you’ll receive a discount on all EA products. Most importantly, you’ll have a long list of selected Electronic Arts video games at your disposal.

That’s all you need to know regarding when, or even if, FIFA 19 is coming to EA’s Access service. Check out our FIFA 19 wiki for more tips, tricks, and information on the game.

Andrew has wandered around with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications sitting in his back pocket for a while now, all the while wondering what he is going to do for a career. Luckily, video games have always been there, especially as his freelance writing career progresses.

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