Madden 21 EA Play: Review, Trial, Early access, demo, Ultimate Team, EA Access news & more
The next NFL sim is arriving soon, but these members will get to play it earlier than anyone else.
For those who haven’t pre-ordered these editions, you can still play the game for 10 hours thanks to EA Play.
Latest News – Our Madden 21 Review is in!
Early Access is here, and that means we’ve finally gotten a full taste of this year’s Madden.
Wondering how good the game is? Our verdict is in!
You can read over our Madden 21 review here.
EA Play Trial LIVE
If you’re looking to get your hand-on the trial, you’ll first need to set up an EA Play account.
You’ll also get other benefits too! Such as member-only content, and 10% off full games and DLC!
There is a slight catch, in that the newest games don’t arrive straight away on EA Play. FIFA 20 hit EA Play in May 2020, A long, long time after its release date.
However, there are some great games on there like the latest Need For Speed, co-op kings Unravel Two and A Way Out, as well as classics like Dead Space, Titanfall, and Mass Effect.
The other benefit of EA Play is that subscribers get a 10 hour trial of major sports games before their full release.
Madden 21 on EA Play
Madden 21 players on EA Play get tons of in-game benefits even before launch-day. This includes some Madden Ultimate Team packs, with one available on release day, and others coming over subsequent months.
The most important benefit for Madden 21 on EA Play, however, is an early access trial which went live on 21 August.
If you pre-order Madden 21 and get one of the editions that give early access then it might not matter too much. But there will be plenty that want to get into The Yard and Franchise Mode as early as possible!
Madden 21 Ultimate Team reveal
Get ready to start your Ultimate Team journey!
When the 10-hour trial kicks off plenty of players will be grinding their way through solo challenges and building XP before anyone else.