FIFA 20 early access is beginning soon for those that have pre-ordered EA Sports’ next hit footie title.
FIFA 20 early access has already opened for EA Access and Origin Access Premier members on PS4, Xbox One and PCs.
But the EA Access trial was just a 10 hour preview of FIFA 20, whereas the upcoming period of early access will offer fans the full experience.
Those that pre-ordered the Champions or Ultimate editions of FIFA 20 will be getting early access soon on PS4, Xbox One and PCs.
The latest round of FIFA 20 early access begins on Tuesday September 24 and is going live three days ahead of the worldwide FIFA 20 release date.
Preload for FIFA 20 is available now, and early access will be available from midnight local time in your region.
If you want to order the Champions or Ultimate editions of FIFA 20 to take advantage of early access then here’s the links you need…
• FIFA 20 Champions Edition • £79.99 • PS4 • CLICK HERE TO BUY
• FIFA 20 Ultimate Edition • £89.99 • PS4 • CLICK HERE TO BUY
• FIFA 20 Champions Edition • £79.99 • XBOX ONE • CLICK HERE TO BUY
• FIFA 20 Ultimate Edition • £89.99 • XBOX ONE • CLICK HERE TO BUY
If you’re an EA Access member then you can also make a saving on the FIFA 20 Champions and Ultimate Editions.
The Champions Edition costs £71.99 and the Ultimate Edition costs £80.99 for EA Access members.
An EA Access membership costs £3.99 per month or £19.99 for a year, and terms and conditions for the offer can be found by clicking here.
The FIFA 20 early access is launching ahead of the game’s big release date of Friday September 27 on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PCs.
In the run-up to the game’s launch reviews for FIFA 20 have been coming in, with the Metacritic rating at the moment 82 per cent.
This is based on 15 reviews with the PS4 version reviewed.
Game Revolution gave FIFA 20 a 90 per cent score saying the inclusion of the Volta street football mode is a “fantastic addition”.
While VG247 said FIFA is “still the best football game” around.
Eurogamer meanwhile said FIFA 20 is “the beautiful game at its most glorious, and its most grotesque”.
They said FIFA 20 is “undermined by corporate greed and a stubborn refusal to do what’s right.”
But they did praise it also as a game they’ve had “bloody good fun” with.
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