FIFA 15 Released Early on Xbox One via EA Access

  • Electronic Arts is giving Xbox One owners the chance to try out the full version of FIFA 15 a single week ahead of general release.
    Those who subscribe towards the EA Access service can have fun playing the soccer sim now for the total of six hours. Saved data and progress will likely carry over once the whole game is released.
    "You can enjoy all in the trial immediately or spread your FIFA Ultimate Team 19 Coins gaming over a couple of days. Either way, you will get regular updates letting you know simply how much time you've got left," EA wrote on its website.
    The publisher adds how the six-hour allowance remains being used if the overall game is running inside background on Xbox One. "Be bound to quit the sport when you are not playing so as to maximize your game time," EA said.
    FIFA 15 proceeds general release on September 23 across North America, across Europe a couple of days later and inside the UK specifically on September 26. That means EA Access supplies a six-hour introduction for the full game a week in advance of launch.
    EA Access is a brand new $5/month games subscription service that, also as granting users with early admission to its major releases, also incorporates a growing listing of games to try out for free.
    Free games on EA Access include Battlefield 4, Madden NFL 25, and Peggle 2. Customers have unlimited ownership these titles as long as their membership lasts.
    Electronic Arts originally wanted the need to appear on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but Sony rejected the membership deal.
    Internal tests by GameSpot's editorial team suggested that the experience has yet to be visible on US consoles. EA says the rollout process has started, so content should unlock shortly. When you buy FIFA 19 Coins from MMOAH, you find out the process is very simple. On https://www.mmoah.com/fifa-coins you will find the best supplier who are guaranteed to send product fast against the best prices.