FIFA 20 gamers will see the FIFA 20 EA Access trial and FIFA 20 Web App all launch within the space of a few days this week.
Last week EA dropped the FIFA 20 demo ahead of the game’s highly anticipated release date of September 27 on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PCs.
And ahead of the FIFA 20 release date fans have got to put a few important dates in the diary this week.
First up will be the launch of the FIFA 20 Web App, which has a release date of Wednesday September 18.
The FIFA 20 Web App will let FIFA fans get a head start buying and selling players on the transfer market before the game’s official release.
FUT fans will be able to start building their Ultimate Team squad via the Web App before the FIFA 20 release date on September 27.
The FIFA 20 Web App can also be used by FUT players to complete Squad Building Challenges and keep track of daily and weekly objectives.
A release time for the FIFA 20 Web App hasn’t been confirmed, but previously EA has launched it after 6pm UK time.
The FIFA 20 Web App release will be followed swiftly by the launch of the FIFA 20 EA Access and Origin Access trial.
This will let EA Access and Origin Access members play 10 hours worth of FIFA 20 ahead of its launch.
During this time it will be possible to play, trade, sell, buy cards and FIFA points.
And progress earned while connected to EA Servers during FIFA 20 early access will carry over to full versions of the game.
The FIFA 20 EA Access release date is Thursday September 19, which is the same day as the Origin Access trial launches.
During the FIFA 20 EA Access trial fans will be able to get to grips with the new Volta Football mode.
This is a brand new street football mode for FIFA 20 which will have its own story mode.
Besides the early access launches this week, on Wednesday September 18 the first FIFA 20 TOTW squad is expected to be released by EA.
And then next week on Tuesday September 24 early access for those that pre-ordered begins.
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