FIFA 22 will be available on October 1, 2021, for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. EA is providing subscribers with a taste of FIFA 22 before its official release by allowing them to play through a 10-hour trial version of the game.
At some point today, those who have an EA Play membership will be able to try out the full game on any device. With an EA Play membership, gamers have access to a wide variety of the publisher’s games, as well as special offers for downloadable content (DLC), full games, and more.
Pre-orders for FIFA 22 are live across all platforms, and EA Play users will have access to the trial version of the game very shortly.
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How to download the FIFA 22 EA Play Trial
Players can wait a few hours for the 10-hour trial to go live, but in the meantime, they should keep an eye out.
The PlayStation 4 Guide to the FIFA 22 EA Play Demo
Locate “FIFA 22” on the PlayStation Store; a blue “EA Play” tag on the cover indicates early access for PlayStation 4 users only. Once you’ve decided on a game, click “Download Trial” to start the 10-hour free trial.
For instance, you can try out Madden 22 right now by downloading a demo from the PlayStation Store or EA Play and installing it on your system.
How to download the FIFA 22 EA Play Trial On Xbox and PC (Game Pass)
The Xbox One version of EA Play is available to subscribers of Gss Ultimate, which also includes access to EA Play. Like on PlayStation, the Free Trial can be downloaded either the Game Pass App or the Microsoft Store.