FIFA 20 will be launched soon, with the launch of the EA Sports world giant in the UK next week.
The last installment of the hugely popular sports franchise will hit the shelves on Friday, September 27, giving us just a few more days to wait until it leaves.
But before the imminent launch of the game, fans can have FIFA 20 in their hands a week earlier thanks to EA Access Trial.
With the early start of the access period, this is all you need to know about the trial version.
FIFA 20 EA Access release date
The early access period for FIFA 20 EA Access and Origin Access starts on Thursday, September 20.
It will fall on all platforms, including PS4, Xbox One and PC.
FIFA 20 EA Access Time
EA Sports has not given an official time on when the test will be live, but it is expected to be released around 8 p.m.
A developer tweet confirmed that the early access period will begin operating on the morning of September 19 in the Pacific time zone.
He said: “To clear up some confusion, the first FIFA 20 Play test is not currently live and will not be released until the morning of 19 in the Pacific time zone. Our goal is to start the launch before noon.”
How to get EA Access
To play FIFA 20 a week before, you must register with EA Access for Xbox and PS4 or Origin Access for PC users.
It costs £ 3.99 per month or £ 19.99 for a year of membership, and allows you to download the game before launch.
Those who subscribe to the service can also obtain a large number of other EA titles.
What is EA Access?
EA Access is essentially a full game version that limits members to 10 hours of play, until the full launch of FIFA 20.
It allows players to start the game five days before launch, which means they can accumulate points, coins and players that can then be transferred to the game next week.
The web application was launched on Wednesday, September 16. Both the web application and the complementary application were put into operation one day before EA Access.
FIFA 20 release date
The full game will be released on September 27 on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.