At the end of September the time has come and FIFA 23 is here. You can also test the title for 10 hours in advance – for a mere 99 cents.
Vancouver, Canada – FIFA 23 celebrates its long-awaited release on September 30th. Football fans are eagerly awaiting the latest EA offshoot, titled FIFA. If you are still undecided, you can try the game for a ridiculous price. We reveal how you can test FIFA 23 for just 99 cents.
|name of the game||FIFA 23|
|Release (date of first publication)||September 30, 2022|
|platforms||PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC, Google Stadia|
Try FIFA 23 for 99 cents – this is how you can test the football simulation cheaply
So you can test FIFA 23 for 99 cents: If you want to test FIFA 23 before release, you have the chance to do so starting next week. Anyone who has an “EA Play” subscription has the chance to use Early Access for FIFA 23 from September 27th and play the game before everyone else. If you don’t have a subscription yet, you can look forward to it. There is currently an offer that the first month of EA Play costs only 99 cents instead of the normal 3.99 euros. So you can try FIFA 23 for only 99 cents and then cancel EA Play again.
You have to consider this: If you want to try FIFA 23 with EA Play for 99 cents, you don’t have unlimited time. Your playing time is limited to 10 hours. In another article, we summarized how you can make the most of the 10 hours of early access in FIFA 23. You should definitely do that, because you can transfer your score if you want to buy FIFA 23.
- Start on September 27, probably from 7 p.m
- EA Play subscription required
- You have a time limit of 10 hours
- You can transfer your save if you buy FIFA 23 later
- You can complete EA Play on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC
Subscribe to EA Play: The offer for the “EA Play” subscription for 99 cents can be found on the official website of EA Play. On the other hand, if you’re already sure you want to buy FIFA 23, don’t miss this: FIFA 23 Web App Launched.