FIFA 20 Early Access: Pre-order to play the game 3 days before full release on PS4, Xbox & PC
We look at how you can save money on the new EA Sports game and play 10 days early!
FIFA 20 arrives tomorrow on Friday, September 27th 2019 but you can actually get access to the game before the rest.
The window for EA Access may still be open, but if you pre-order the FIFA 20 Champions or Ultimate Edition – you can start playing rightaway!
Play FIFA 20 10 days early
Players will have the chance to play the trial for 10 hours, 10 days before the game comes out – meaning you can play from Thursday, 19 September.
Download the EA Access app from the Xbox Microsoft Store, and for the first time, PlayStation Store, where you will need to pay just £3.99 a month or £19.99 a year. Origin Access is the equivalent for PC players.
You will also get a 10% discount on EA digital purchases including FIFA 20, FIFA points and other EA titles. You will also get complete access to all the games in the EA Access collection.
What do you get with EA Access?
With the game not fully released – the game is slightly reduced on EA Access.
Everything in kick-off and Career Mode should be as normal, with only some limitations expected in Ultimate Team – perhaps no Division Rivals yet.
As for the new feature Volta Football – any kick-off matches, online or World Mode should be fine, but expect the new journey mode Volta Story to only feature the first chapter.
How to pre-order for full access three days early
The game’s full release may be 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.
Head to the PlayStation, Xbox or Orgin Store on your platform and search for FIFA 20 – but be sure to purchase one of the following editions:
FIFA 20 Champions Edition
FIFA 20 Champions Edition is also available to pre-order. Those who do will receive:
Pre-Ordering the Champions Edition will allow its players to get ahead of the competition in Career Mode, Volta Football, and the much hyped Ultimate Team.
The Champions Edition – fronted by Champions League winner Virgil van Dijk will cost £79.99; however, if the price is to hefty don’t forget to utilise EA access 10% off.
The Ultimate Edition of the game gives its players the most bang for the buck at £89.99, or those who have EA Access £80.99.