Due to some unspecified technical problems, in the past few hours, EA Sports has been forced to postpone the launch of FIFA 20 Early Access for EA Access subscribers (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One), Origin Access Basic (PC) and Origin Access Premier (PC).
Fortunately, the additional wait has already come to an end, and the football title has made its debut in all the aforementioned services. With a series of tweets, the company revealed that:
- All subscribers to EA Access for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and to Origin Access Basic for PC can now play for a total of 10 hours at the full version of FIFA 20;
- All Origin Access Premier PC subscribers can now access the FIFA 20 Ultimate Edition without any time or content restrictions.
In anticipation of this launch, EA Sports has already made available the first FIFA 20 Team of the Week, with players like Dries Mertens, Lorenzo Pellegrini and Karim Benzema. We take the opportunity to inform you that starting from September 24th all buyers of the FIFA 20 Ultimate and Champions Edition will be able to start playing.
Get 10 hours with #FIFA20 NOW on @PlayStation and @Xbox with your @EAAccess subscription or get unlimited play on PC with Origin Access Premier! See how you get it ? https://t.co/iItiNATVBi pic.twitter.com/dEx51ECfBp
— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) September 19, 2019
Hit the pitch in #FIFA20 Ultimate Edition with full access from #OAPremier today!#OriginAccess Basic members can start playing the standard edition with the 10-hour Play First Trial, too!https://t.co/2L9tlSp4vh pic.twitter.com/Mc4ftsLRNs
— Origin (@OriginInsider) September 19, 2019