With FIFA 20 all but a distant memory, attention amongst the community has quickly shifted to the new installment of FIFA, FIFA 21. However, the question on everyone’s lips at the moment is, how do I play FIFA 21 as early as possible?
Don’t worry. In this blog post, we’ll be taking a look at how you can play FIFA 21 as early as possible. We’ll be answering questions such as, "how to get the FIFA 21?", "how to get the FIFA 21 beta" and so much more.
How To Get The FIFA 21 Beta Early?
The first way to play FIFA 21 early is by gaining access to the FIFA 21 community beta.
The FIFA 21 beta codes will be sent out a few days before the launch around summer 2020.
Gaining access into the FIFA 21 beta is relatively simple. There are just a few steps that you need to take in order to gain access.
Firstly, make sure that you have a New Zealand account on your console. For Xbox, you can simply select your region to New Zealand and your account will be changed. However, for PlayStation 4 (PS4), things are slightly different. As a result of PlayStation’s term and conditions, you’ll need to make a new account that has the region set as a New Zealand location.
But you may be wondering, why should I change my console to a New Zealand console? Well, every year, New Zealand are typically the first region to gain access to new games because of the time zone difference. Don’t worry though, we still have a few tricks up our sleeve if you’re already based in New Zealand.
The main determining factor to your access is your activity status within the FIFA franchise. For example, if you’ve only played FIFA 21 for a grand total of three days, you can almost ensure you won’t be invited to play the FIFA 21 beta.
You need to also make sure all of your contact information and marketing preferences are up to date. If you don’t have marketing emails on for EA, you may be at risk of not being featured when the FIFA 21 beta invitations roll out.
How To Get the FIFA 21 Demo Early?
Gaining early access to the FIFA 21 demo can only be achieved by one way.
You guessed it, changing your console to a New Zealand account. The release date for the FIFA 21 demo will be the same for everyone. Unfortunately, depending on your activity status with the FIFA franchise, you won’t be able to play the FIFA 21 demo any earlier.
What Will We See in the FIFA 21 Beta?
The FIFA 21 beta will predominantly be used for final feedback and thoughts from the community on this year’s FIFA.
As a result, beta codes will be sent out for different game modes, including but not limited to, FIFA 21 Kick Off, FIFA 21 VOLTA, FIFA 21 Pro Clubs, FIFA 21 Ultimate Team and FIFA 21 Career Mode.
Any progress you make within the beta will not be transferred over to FIFA 21 when the game is released.
What Will We See in the FIFA 21 Demo?
There will be several game modes featured included in the FIFA 21 demo:
Kick off mode - on kick off mode you will be able to play a normal game of FIFA, featuring two four minute halves with roughly around 8 teams being featured within the FIFA 21 demo. Currently, there is no news on the new FIFA 21 demo teams.
FIFA 21 VOLTA - each year, EA release a new game mode into FIFA. In previous instalments of the game, we’ve seen The Journey, so as FIFA 21 VOLTA is new this year, this will make an appearance on the FIFA 21 demo.
For the latest FIFA 21 news, leaks and speculation, make sure to check the FIFA 21 MuleFactory Wiki.
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