Full game to be made available for a limited amount of time before release.
A tweet from EA posted on Wednesday evening confirmed the news:
FIFA fans, get ready, EA Access members can start the FIFA 15 trial tomorrow. What will you be doing first? pic.twitter.com/zhLFQrqPsf— EA Access (@EAAccess) September 17, 2014
While it’s not yet known how long you’ll be able to trial FIFA 15 for, past trials for Madden NFL 15 and NHL 15 both lasted for 6 hours.
If you try out FIFA 15 via EA Access you’ll be given the option to pre-order the game at a 10% discount.
Launched in July this year EA Access is an exclusive service on Xbox One that as well as giving players free advanced trials and discounts for upcoming games, offers unlimited access to games held in the Access Vault. Games to be added to the Vault so far include FIFA 14, Battlefield 4 and Need for Speed Rivals.
All this is available as long as you’re a paid up subscriber to the service. Subscriptions cost £3.99 / $4.99 for a month or £19.99 / $29.99 for a full year.
According to EA, Access members clocked-up a total of 245,000 hours on Madden NFL 15 prior to the game’s release last month.