FIFA 23 Early Access Trial now live for EA Play members

FIFA 23 isn’t set to officially release worldwide until September 30, but you can take to the pitch early if you’re an EA Play member. Those who are subscribed to EA’s monthly service can now play the 10-hour Early Access Trial for FIFA 23 today.

This trial provides access to the entirety of FIFA 23 days before release, but it’s important to note that it’s only for 10 hours. After that, you’ll have to buy the game to continue playing. Don’t worry, all the progress you’ve made will carry over. EA Play members also get a 10 percent discount on their purchase.

Alternatively, if you’re an EA Play Pro member, you have access to the FIFA 23 EA Play pro Edition. This membership allows for unlimited access to all of EA’s latest games, which means you can play FIFA 23 for as long as you’re a member. You can also earn up to 4,800 FIFA Points and have access to EA Play-exclusive FUT and Vanity Items.

If you’re interested in playing FIFA 23 early, EA Play costs $4.99 per month or $29.99 for the year. EA Play Pro, which is available only for PC, costs $14.99 per month or $99.99 for the year.

It’s worth mentioning the PC version of FIFA 23 now features HyperMotion2 technology, bringing it up to par with the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions. HyperMotion2 is the latest in EA’s motion capture technology, resulting in more realistic and true-to-life animations.

If you’re not an EA Play member, then you’ll have to wait for FIFA 23 to launch on September 30th before you can start playing. There are currently two versions of the game available for purchase: the Standard Edition, which is basically just the base game for $69.99 on next-gen or $59.99 on last-gen, and the Ultimate Edition for $99.99, which includes all sorts of Ultimate Team bonuses like 4600 FIFA Points, 1 Team of the Week Player item and more.