David Scammell by on Sep 12, 2016

FIFA 17 EA Access trial limited to FIFA Ultimate Team & ‘some’ single-player campaign

FIFA 17’s EA Access trial will offer subscribers 10 hours access to FIFA Ultimate Team and “some time” with the game’s single-player campaign ‘The Journey’, EA has revealed.

That’s pretty different to last year’s FIFA 16 trial, which gave subscribers 10 hours access to every game mode. EA hasn’t clarified why this year’s trial is different, although we imagine it might have something to do with the campaign mode.

If you’re an EA or Origin Access subscriber, look out for the trial on September 22, one week ahead of the game’s full launch on September 29.

In the meantime, a playable demo featuring Kick Off mode and 12 clubs is due to launch across all formats tomorrow, September 13.

Source: @EAAccess

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FIFA 17

on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

Promises true gameplay innovation with real play emotion.

Release Date:

29 September 2016