The official release date for FIFA 23 is just a week away, and many football fans can’t wait to see all of the new changes that are coming as a result of the newly implemented HyperMotion2 system. For some lucky fans, though, they’ll be able to get a jump on the competition and start early. Here is everything you need to know about how to get FIFA 23 early access and when it starts.
When Does FIFA 23 Early Access Start?
FIFA 23 early access is live right now, and is available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Stadia, and PC. In order to get access, you’ll need to be a Game Pass Ultimate, EA Play or EA Play Pro subscriber, or have purchased the Ultimate Edition version of the game.
To be able to hop in and play right when it unlocks, be sure to pre-load all 51.19 GB of FIFA 23 onto your platform of choice.
How to Get FIFA 23 Early Access
If you want to play FIFA 23 early, you’ve got two options. The first is to have Game Pass Ultimate or be an EA Play subscriber. Doing this lets you start playing the game for a 10-hour trial period, which you can spread out accordingly or use all at once.
The other manner in which to play is to purchase the FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition. This gives you unlimited playtime from the moment the game is fully downloaded on your console. That means that anyone that gets the game early will be able to play all of the content, including online and Ultimate Team, right from the get-go.
That is everything you need to know about how to get FIFA 23 early access and when it starts. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to check out our guides the FUT companion app and where to find Wrexham AFC in the game.
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