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FIFA 19 Joins EA Access, FIFA 20’s Trial Isn’t Too Far Off

Written by Robert Workman

If you’ve been looking to get your kicks with EA Sports soccer this summer and you happen to be a member of the company’s EA Access program on Xbox One or PlayStation 4 (or, for that matter, Origin Access on PC), they’ve got some very good news for you this week.

EA has confirmed that the game FIFA 19 has joined the Vault for both EA Access on both consoles, as well as Origin Access on PC. Here’s the game’s official description, in case you need to catch up:

“In FIFA 19, you can experience the world’s most prestigious club competition with the inclusion of the legendary UEFA Champions League. Whether you want to take your favourite club to the top in Career Mode, experience the dramatic conclusion of Alex Hunter’s story in The Journey: Champions, build your dream squad in FIFA Ultimate Team, or try out the new match types in the New Kick-Off, FIFA 19 lets you experience The World’s Game across every mode.”

And it’s best that you get your practice in with the game now. That’s because EA has also announced when players will be able to gain early access to FIFA 20, which is just around the corner when it comes to release.

The trial for the upcoming sports game will be available starting on September 19, a full week before the game’s official release. Early play will be available on PC through Origin Access Premier on PC. Meanwhile, an exclusive trial will be available on EA Access for PS4 and Xbox One, as well as Origin Access Basic on PC.

Those that have subscriptions to these programs will be able to get a ten percent discount for the full game if they purchase before its release. In addition, they can also score that same discount on all digital purchases surrounding the game, including FIFA points.

And don’t forget you get access to other games in the Vault as well, including NHL 19, Madden NFL 19 and others.

Want to take part? EA Access membership is a mere $4.99 per month, or $29.99 per year; and Origin Access is the same price for general membership. Join in today!

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Robert Workman