Gamers are just realising that they can access EA Sports FC 24 a month early

EA SPORTS FC is the follow-up game to EA Sports’ long-running FIFA series.

After the developer’s very public split with the Football Association, EA Sports FC 24 is the first game in the new series.

Haaland will be the cover star of the new series.


Haaland will be the cover star of the new series.Photo credit: EA Sports

EA Sports has announced that it will continue its football games in the same way, adding new modes and customizations.

The most controversial change this year is the inclusion of women in Ultimate Team, the most popular mode.

Men and women are allowed to play side-by-side, increasing the number of players you can add to your team.

If people want to see how this change works for them, they now have the option to access the game a month early.

While EA Sports FC 24 starts September 29, 2023, Players could still enjoy it before the end of the month.

Only Xbox and PlayStation owners who bought their console in either the UK or US are invited to play.

You must also have a valid online services subscription through Xbox Live Gold or PS Plus Essential.

The selected players must also have invested time in FIFA 23, as the beta only invites hardcore players, but it does not specify how many hours are required.

Users can sign in with their EA Account Official playtest websiteand select players will receive a code via email.

Make sure you have a valid email address associated with your account and check your email, including your spam folder, regularly.

The beta playtest is live now and will continue until August 31, 2023.

If you haven’t signed up yet, it’s not too late as codes are given out regularly.

Unfortunately, beta codes are not transferrable between accounts, so you’ll need to earn the code yourself if you want to play.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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