EA Sports have confirmed that FIFA 21 will be released worldwide on October 9 after fans were shown a trailer of the game, MySportDab reports.
When FIFA 21 is released on the October 9 date, It can be used only on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
There is no information about when the FIFA 21 will be available for next generation consoles such as PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
FIFA 21 Pre-order?
For fans who wish to get the FIFA21 early on the current generation or PC, you can pre-order the Ultimate Edition or Champions Edition which grants gamers early access from October 6.
You can pre-order now via EA Sports here.
However, EA Access (PS4, Xbox One) and Origin Access (PC) will give fans their first opportunity of the game on October 1.
Previous versions of FIFA games have released in late September but the coronavirus pandemic caused a slight delay to the release of this year’s edition.
With fans wondering when FIFA21 will be available for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, EA have confirmed ‘Dual Entitlement’ which enables all gamers to upgrade their copy of FIFA 21 from Xbox One to Xbox Series X or PlayStation 4 to the PlayStation 5 for free.
The upgrade can be completed at any time with Ultimate Team progress guaranteed.
At the EA Play Live event on Thursday, fans got the chance to watch the next FIFA21 would look like.
In the short video, both FIFA21 and Madden 21 are shown, with Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe set to be FIFA’s next cover star.
FIFA 20 featured Eden Hazard as the cover star.
EA Sports have also promised to provide more details about FIFA 21 gameplay, Volta, Ultimate Team, career mode and Pro Clubs in August.
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