EA Sports has introduced that the upcoming FIFA 21 won’t be getting the standard demo this year.
Revealing the information through the sport’s official Twitter account, the corporate stated “Instead we’ve made the decision to focus our development team’s time on delivering the best full game experience for current & next-gen consoles.”
It marks the primary time in a very very long time an entry within the sequence hasn’t had a demo earlier than launch, though members of EA Play will nonetheless be capable of get their conventional 10 hour trial of all the full sport 9 days earlier from October 1, with progress carrying over upon launch.
EA confirmed back in June that the game will also support EA’s ‘Dual Entitlement’ scheme, that means those that purchase it on Xbox One will be entitled to a free improve to the Xbox Series S/X model and people who decide it up on PlayStation Four will be capable of get the PlayStation 5 model at no additional price.
FIFA 21 releases on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC on October 9 with an Xbox Series S/X and PlayStation 5 variations to launch at a to-be-confirmed time after these consoles launch.