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FIFA 15 on Xbox One available to play early on EA Access

FIFA 15 doesn’t go on sale in the UK until the September 26th, but you can get a taste of the full game as long as you pay up for an EA Access membership.

The new Netflix-style service available exclusively on the Xbox One, is giving users an early look at the new FIFA.

Before you get too carried away, EA Access is offering six hours to spend on it. You don’t have to use those six hours of FIFA 15 in one session and can be spread across the week before the game launches next week.

EA does advise you quit the game when you are finished playing as leaving the game running in the background will eat into your six hour allocation.

There will be reminders to tell you how much time you have left and if you decide to buy the full game, all saved data can be carried over. So that good early season form in Career mode won’t entirely go to waste.

EA hasn’t confirmed whether you’ll be able to play online matches during this period, but with servers unlikely to be fully packed with opponents until next week, you are probably going to be stuck with playing against the computer.

EA Access is only available on the Xbox One and looks unlikely to arrive on the PS4 anytime soon as Sony stated earlier this year that it was not good value for PlayStation gamers.

You can of course play the FIFA 15 demo on the PS4, Xbox One and last gen consoles if you don’t want to pay for EA Access.

The FIFA 15 trial on EA Access is available now and if you want to play, subscriptions start from £3.99 a month or £19.99 to snap up an annual membership.

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