Just a few days back, EA added Anthem, an online multiplayer action role-playing video game developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts to EA Access and Origin Access. With this, now players can play Anthem for as little as $5 a month with the Basic tier ($7 in Australia, £4 in the UK), on all three platforms — PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC. EA Access and Origin Access offers a large collection of games to choose from, with recent additions including the likes of Battlefield V, FIFA 19 and The Sims 4, among many others. However, this article is going to be all about ‘FIFA 20 Early Access: How to play EA’s new game before release on PS4, Xbox & PC.’
Even though FIFA 20 isn’t fully released, for now, the game is slightly reduced on EA Access. The game is set to arrive in EA Access on Thursday, September 19th at 11 am ET (4 pm BST). Moreover, the full game will be available for play for 10 hours. Furthermore, EA Access brings in all modes, online servers will be active, and you’ll even be able to buy FIFA Points. On completion of ten hours, you’ll be required to buy the full game if you want to keep playing matches or continue building your Ultimate Team. As for the permanent launch on the service, the game will arrive sometime in May/June next year.
To play FIFA 20 via the EA Access, you’ll have to pay the $4.99. You can even purchase using different accounts but with each new account, your progress will be refreshed. The game’s full release is September 27, but you can get the full game from September 24, 2019, just by pre-ordering the Champions or Ultimate Edition of the game.
With the game all set to launch, this year is going to be a really tough as Konami’s ‘eFootball PES2020‘ launched just a few days back and has already received positive reviews from football gaming fans all around the world, with improved gameplay along with owning exclusive team rights to some of the footballing giants like Manchester United, Juventus F.C., and more.