FIFA 20‘s release is just around the corner and, as usual, EA Sports are dragging out the launch as much as possible. So that you know whether to buy the full game or not, here’s everything you need to know about whether FIFA 20 is on EA Access.
EA Access has recently come to PS4, so more people can play games early than usual. In just the recent months, subscribers have been able to trial Madden 20 and NHL 20, on top of being able to download a load of titles from EA’s back catalogue.
Is FIFA 20 on EA Access?
As you’d expect, the trend is remaining the same for FIFA 20. The game will come to EA Access on Thursday, Sept. 19 at 11am ET (4pm BST) and you will be able to play the full game for 10 hours.
All modes will be available, online servers will be active, and you’ll even be able to buy FIFA Points, so take advantage of the time you get.
Once you are done with those ten hours, you’ll have to buy the full game if you want to keep playing matches or continue building your Ultimate Team.
However, just as previous FIFA titles have, FIFA 20 will likely come to the service permanently sometime in 2020.
Exactly when it hard to say, but if you wait until around May/June or next year, you’ll be able to play the game in full on the service, without a time limit, and it’ll be just in time for Team of the Season.
If you can’t wait that long, you’ll have to buy the game either digitally or physically. You can use multiple account on EA Access, but you’ll have to pay the $4.99 each time and won’t be able to carry your progress over.
You will be able to play for 10 hours from Sept. 19.
It should come to the service in full around May/June of 2020.
That’s everything you need to know about whether FIFA 20 is on EA Access. For more tips and tricks on the game once it releases, be sure to search for Twinfinite or check out our wiki guide. We have also listed some other helpful guides down below.
- How to Check Ultimate Team Pack Probability
- Ultimate Team Coins Quick Tips
- How to Get Seasons Objectives XP Fast & Easy