FIFA 19 Beta Codes Are Available Now, Learn How To Get One

The official FIFA 19 Beta is now underway, with selected players already trying out three modes of the game. If you haven’t received your Beta code yet, fear not. You still have a chance on getting one even its initial start.

According to FIFA Youtuber MeelayyB, you can receive a FIFA 19 Beta code even now, which grants you access to one of three different modes of the game: Pro Clubs, Career Mode, and Ultimate Team. What you have to do for starters is opt-in to receive all e-mails from EA News and FIFA in your email preferences through its website. If you’ve already done that then check your emails once more and see if you have a mail already stating the following:

“Welcome to the FIFA 19 Beta – Congratulations!

You’ve been selected to participate in the FIFA 19 Closed Beta.

Starting 10th August at 9am PST, you can play and test game modes: …

Get started early, Pre-Load available Now by following instructions below.

Please find your code below, this code is specific to your account, and cannot be shared.”

If that’s not the case either then you still have a chance to get a FIFA 19 Beta code. Apparently, Electronic Arts sends out codes to the previous games’ most dedicated players. That means that if you have more than a number of hours or a minimum of games played on FIFA 18, you’ll probably get a code at some point too.

One thing that should be noted is that you’ll receive a FIFA 19 Beta code for the mode you play the most. That means that if you have a lot of career hours on your account, you’ll get a beta code for this one. The same goes for Pro Clubs and Ultimate Team as well.

FIFA 19 is a soccer simulator in development at EA Sports for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch and is scheduled to launch on September 26, 2018.

Did you get your own FIFA 19 Beta code? Which more will you be trying? Let us know in the comments below.

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