FIFA fans are itching to play EA's newest game, and your first chance may not be too far away.
Read on to find out everything you need to know about the Demo.
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The release date for EA's upcoming title has finally been revealed!
After months of speculation, EA has officially announced that FIFA 22 will be released on Friday, 1 October 2021.
Pre orders are now available too, so what are you waiting for?
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What is the Demo?
There is always a big difference between demos and the full game.
This largely extends to which game modes players can access, teams, and the more in-depth options available.
The FIFA 22 Demo obviously won't be the full game, but it is still the first chance to test out some of the new adaptations.
However, the (likely) EA Play trial will be our first look at the full game.
The FIFA 22 Demo will give us a selection of clubs to test out the gameplay.
These are all likely to clubs that have partnership deals with EA Sports.
The FIFA 20 demo had PSG, Liverpool, Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid, Chelsea and Tottenham.
For FIFA 22 we'd expect the clubs to be:
- Borussia Dortmund
- Inter Milan
- Manchester City
- Real Madrid
The FIFA 20 Demo saw the ability to play in a Champions League match, or test out the then-new Volta street mode.
Unless EA has any cool features up its sleeve, we would imagine it would be the same again this year, although any teasers for Career Mode or Ultimate Team would likely get fans onside.
It's no secret that stock for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S has been limited, with the Next Gen boom yet to happen.
Any Demo for FIFA 22 should be available on all consoles by the time the new game comes around.
The Next Gen versions did not have their own copy of FIFA 21, but this could change ahead of FIFA 22 on PS5 or Xbox Series X.
There will likely be several ways to get your FIFA 22 journey up and running pre-release with early access.
The most obvious way is the demo, or if you are lucky enough you may be invited to beta test the game.
Pre-ordering the game also brings some perks which can include an early release.
There are often some bugs and kinks that need ironing out during the Closed Beta, but that's what it is for.
FIFA players will be invited to join in the beta based on the game modes they have played throughout the previous year.
You will be asked to provide feedback to help EA perfect the game ahead of release.
The game modes involved this year should include Ultimate Team, Career Mode, and VOLTA, so keep an eye out in your emails.
First Beta Cancelled
It's no surprise that EA would pull the plug on the FIFA 22 beta so early, as many content creators took the opportunity immediately to leak details about the upcoming game.