We’re less than two months from the release of FIFA 21, which means it’s time for the release of the annual closed beta. As always, fans of the series are clamoring for access to test out the new features. If you’re wanting to see everything that’s new, here’s everything you need to know about how to get a closed beta code in FIFA 21.
The beta will work just as it always has done, with you having access to a particular mode (usually the one you’ve played the most on the previous year’s game) before EA open up all modes for everyone after a few days.
How to Get Closed Beta Code in FIFA 21
That also means that getting access to the closed beta works the same way – it’s all down to EA Sports and who they give one to.
The closed beta codes are given out via email, directly from EA Sports and to the account associated with your FIFA account, and are tied to you and you only.
Therefore, you cannot share codes, buy codes from other people, or win codes from giveaways. If you don’t get a code from EA Sports, you won’t be able to play the closed beta, so don’t waste time trying to find one online.
Also, there’s nothing you can do to guarantee a FIFA 21 beta code. They’re given out at random (most have been distributed by the time this guide was written) with players who have played thousands of games missing out. We’ve got one the last two years but missed out for FIFA 21.
You’ve just got to hope that there’s a code waiting in your email inbox because, if not, you’re not going to be able to test the game and will have to wait for the demo or full release in a few weeks time.
That’s everything you need to know about how to get a closed beta code in FIFA 21. For more tips and tricks on the game once it releases, be sure to search for Twinfinite.
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