How to start playing a week early with a 10-hour free trial

FIFA 22 will formally launch on 1 October on all consoles. Individuals that bought the “Ultimate Edition” of the sport ought to have full entry to the sport from 27 September however there’s a approach to start playing even earlier and get a leg up on the competitors.


FIFA 22 will formally be accessible on PlayStation (PS4 and PS5), Xbox (XB1 and Series X|S), PC, Google Stadia and Nintendo Switch from 1 October. Gamers that fork out for the costlier “Ultimate Edition” of the sport will obtain 4 days of early entry from 27 September.

However, when you’ve got a subscription to EA Play, which is included within the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, you need to be in a position to obtain a free trial model of the sport that lasts for 10 hours from 22 September – greater than a week earlier than the sport launches.

The head start might be important to followers of the Ultimate Team sport mode as they may have some additional time to build their squads earlier than the remainder of the opposition arrives on launch day.

 On the Microsoft Store – on Xbox – the “Free Trial with EA Play” possibility must be sandwiched between the choice to buy FIFA22 or add it to your “wishlist” – the identical applies to the PS Store. Madden 22, which was launched just lately, might be checked out for instance.

It must be famous that in the event you bought the “Ultimate Edition” of the sport you’ll solely be eligible for the early entry from 27 September except you will have an EA Play subscription.

 The EA Play 10-hour trial is predicted to be accessible from roughly 19:00 SAST on Wednesday, 22 September.


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