EA cancels the FIFA 21 tutorial to concentrate on having "the best total game experience"
The trail would be open with active users of EA Play on 1 October.
EA also revealed that FIFA 21 normally can't get a preview instead of all its launch date of October 9. This year, the publisher says it is indeed bucking tradition to concentrate on "reviewing recent and the next-gen systems with the best and most complete game experience."
Starting October 1, EA Play subscribers would still be able to enter the 10-hour trial and then when it releases on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Switch, gains will transfer over to the full game. Once FIFA 21 releases on PS5 and Xbox Series X, EA has still yet to announce, but it's likely that there is still some testing to be done to optimise the game in next-gen devices.
This won't come as news to anyone, but it will disappoint. FIFA 21 is a very slight improvement over FIFA 20. The Frostbite engine has always been the basis for the yearly best-selling soccer game, and as a consequence, if anyone played the death version last year, they won't see any significant changes immediately. In reality, the FIFA 21 beta seems such as the smallest year-on-year design leap the program has shown in a long time, which says much when it's just a series renowned for relatively gradual changes as this is.
For the new FIFA 21 review, designers spent some time with EA's cross-gen sports title, & basically, it really is FIFA and always has been. Whether or not something is a positive thing would ultimately depend on how often users appreciated the release of FIFA last year.