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FIFA 19 Trial Version Is Coming Early For EA Access Subscribers

Good news for FIFA players as Electronic Arts has announced that the subscribers of EA Access on Xbox One and PC will be able to play the trial version of the upcoming FIFA 19 starting on September, 20.

Eight days before the official launch, EA Access subscription holders will be able to try out the game and the details about this trial version have not been revealed yet. Most likely the trial version will allow us to play some friendly matches and try out some of the beginning chapters of the Journey mode like in the previous trial version of the game.

This wasn’t all, as EA also revealed the demo release dates of Madden NFL 19, NBA Live 19 and NHL 19 for EA Access subscribers which is as follows.

  • EA SPORTS™ Madden NFL 19 – 8/2/18
  • EA SPORTS™ NBA Live 19 – 8/31/18
  • EA SPORTS™ NHL® 19 – 9/6/18
  • EA SPORTS™ FIFA 19 – 9/20/18

As for FIFA 19, it features Cristiano Ronaldo on the cover who recently got knocked out of the tournament during the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia. It’s in the news that Ronaldo might transfer to Juventus which will make it interesting to see how this all can affect the launch and the promotional campaign of FIFA 19 by EA Sports.

As for the new additions to the game, FIFA 19 features Champions League for the first time in the game which you can participate in while playing the manager mode instead of the boring Champions Cup.

The upcoming FIFA also includes the all-new active touch system which will provide you better control on the ball and it will make players like Messi or Ronaldo better than ever based on their skill level.

Timed finishing is another mechanic added to the game which will change the way you will score goals. FIFA 19 also comes with new tactics and commentators which will make the matches more fun to play than ever.

FIFA 19 is scheduled to release on September 28 for Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.