As in now something of a tradition, EA Sports will be letting players demo this year's title via a beta over the coming weeks and days.
Players that manage to obtain a FIFA 21 Beta code will be able to play a number of game modes: you will only have access to Kick-Off mode, and one other mode (such as Career Mode and Pro Club)s – no one code seems to entitle you to all the modes being tested at the time of writing.
But there's a lot of demand for code, and not enough beta invites available to make sure everyone that asks gets a shot at getting in.
So here's what you need to know about the FIFA 21 beta.
FIFA 21 Close Beta – Start Time, Release Date
As per EA, the FIFA 21 closed beta release date has been set for Friday, August 14, 2020.
You can expect it to kick off some time in the afternoon, UK time, if other EA beta timings are anything to go by.
Only players who receive an email with a FIFA 21 closed beta included will get access to the test, and the beta should start up the same time over Xbox One and PS4.
The FIFA 21 beta will be live until September 1, 2020 – but don't fret: EA has revealed the demo will followed by more chances to play the game ahead of release.
FIFA 21 Close Beta – How to get access
There are multiple ways to get access to the beta.
As per The Mirror: "All FUT Champions verified players, players who've managed 27 wins in a single Weekend League competition, will have already received or will be receiving a FIFA 21 Beta code very shortly, as EA try to get as much feedback as possible on the new game before it's officially released in October.
"There has already been an initial batch of FIFA 21 Beta codes sent out, but don't worry, there's still more to come!"
Otherwise, you can opt into emails from EA in order to be in with a chance of getting added into the beta.
“Opt in to our emails for a chance to get invited to try the Beta. Go to your EA Account Email Preferences and check the box,” a message on the FIFA 21 beta page explains.
“If you’ve changed your email address or no longer have access to the one you used to create your account, swap emails from one account to another.
“If you can’t remember which email address you’re using for your EA Account, use this article for help finding it.
“You can also add a secondary email address to your account. This helps you reset your password if you’re locked out of your EA Account and primary email address. You can find the Secondary Email section at the bottom of the Security tab.
“We’ll send a code to selected FIFA players in the US and the UK who opted in to get EA emails, to the email address that’s linked to their EA Account.”
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