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FIFA 23 is upon us – but for those uncertain about whether or not it’s for them, EA is offering a free 10-hour trial for all EA Play members.
It has been live since before the release of the game, and is a greta way of trying before you buy.
How to get the FIFA 23 trial
You’ll need EA Play to play the game early – and you’ll need enough free space on your consoles. The trial, which is the full game but locks after the time has elapsed has a download size of 43.236 GB on PlayStation and 39GB on Xbox Series X / S.
The trial will give people 10 hours to play the game, so long as they are signed up to EA Play.
EA Play costs $4.99 / month or you can pay annually at $29.99 / year. This will save you around 50%.
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The standard EA Play membership also gives you:
- Get unlimited access to a collection of EA’s best-loved games.
- Unlock member-only challenges and in-game rewards.
This deal carries on until the end of the month, so it’s the perfect time to get some play time in with FIFA 23.
FIFA 23 enters early access on September 27, which will run for three days before the general launch on September 30.
Early access is available to people who have preordered the game’s Ultimate Edition or are EA Play members.
FIFA 23 trial FAQ
How long is the FIFA 23 trial?
The FIFA 23 trial lasts 10 hours – after which the game will lock and you’ll need to purchase the full version.
Does FIFA 23 have a free trial?
Yes. You can start your season early via EA Play, where you’ll get 10 hours of game time before you’re required to buy the full game.