The EA Access service enables Xbox One owners to try out upcoming EA games ahead of the pack. Electronic Arts has now updated the service to enable subscribers to play ten hours of FIFA 17 prior to its official launch later this month. Subscribers will be able to experience the game for ten hours at no charge. Once the time limit is up they will have to wait like everybody else if they have purchased FIFA 17.
Those who do not subscribe to EA Access or happen to be on PlayStation, for them there’s the FIFA 17 demo which has already been out for several days now. However, the demo only offers a small sample of the game and not the full experience.
EA Access is a service that’s exclusive to the Xbox One so those who are on another console or the PC can’t take advantage of it. For $4.99 per month, subscribers not only get early access to some games but they also get more than 20 full games for free through the Vault.
The EA Access version of FIFA 17 is live now. Subscribers can download and start playing right away, but their total play time is going to be capped at ten hours.
FIFA 17 is going to be officially released on September 27th.