Despite the rumors that have been circulating in recent days, the official news comes unexpectedly from the big fans of FIFA who were waiting for a trial version of the next chapter of the successful saga. Let’s go find out the reasons behind this choice.
The official announcement was given a few minutes ago directly fromElectronic Arts Twitter accountin which this shortcoming is announced by the company: “We will not be releasing a demo for FIFA 21. Instead, we have decided to focus the time available to our development team on providing the best possible complete gaming experience for current and next generation consoles. We can’t wait for EA PLAY members to join us in 10 days and when the game launches on October 9th“.
We will therefore not have a version open to the public to test the next EA Sports gameall due to a precise desire of the manufacturer to focus more on theoptimization of its title top football.
Certainly a bold communication that the community suspected, but without certainties and above all without warning. It will surely leave everyone speechless, as it did for us.
We aren’t releasing a demo for FIFA 21.
Instead we’ve made the decision to focus our development team’s time on delivering the best full game experience for current & next-gen consoles.
We look forward to EA PLAY members jumping in 10 days from now and launching the game Oct 9.
— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) September 21, 2020
We will keep you updated on any statements in this regard and remind you that the appointment with the release of FIFA 21 is set for October 9, 2020 on current platforms and on next-gen at the release scheduled for November, together with the function of transferring saves from PS4/Xbox One to PS5/Xbox Series X|Series S.
What do you think of this decision? Do you appreciate the attempt to improve the game ahead of launch?