Fans of FIFA 20 are upset that the EA Access glitch has been fixed on PS4 and Xbox One.
For EA Access and Origin Access subscribers on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, FIFA 20 is now available to play for a whopping ten hours. This isn’t nearly enough time for those who absolutely adore their football, meaning it’s terribly bad news that the EA Access glitch appears to have been fixed.
FIFA 20 appears to be the worthiest instalment in a long time thanks to Volta, Career Mode improvements and other new gameplay features. You can also try out the FIFA 20 Web App to create your perfect Ultimate Team if it tickles your fancy.
Players can sample these new additions right now to see if the game has enough bang to warrant your buck. However, you won’t be able to play for more than ten hours as the EA Access glitch appears to have been fixed on PS4 and Xbox One according to players.
What is FIFA 20 EA Access?
The FIFA 20 EA Access is a neat sampling that allows you to play the game for ten hours without having to commit to a purchase.
You simply need to be an EA Access subscriber on PS4 or Xbox One, or an Origin Access subscriber on PC.
A subscription only costs $4.99 a month or $29.99 for a full year. It’s definitely a fair deal with the devil as it also allows you to trial other EA titles before they’re released (which would have been handy for most with Anthem).
After players use up their ten hours of playtime they will only be able to play FIFA 20 again on September 24th provided they have pre-ordered either the Ultimate or Champions Edition.
If they haven’t, then September 27th is the official release date for the Standard copy.
There’s a lot of YouTube videos and Twitter posts claiming to possess legitimate methods for exploiting the EA Access glitch to play more than ten hours on one account, but these seem to be false thanks to the glitch having been fixed.
Lies— Josh Leather (@JORGINHOFANBOY) September 20, 2019
FIFA 20 EA Access glitch has been fixed on PS4 and Xbox One
In theory, the EA Access glitch is an exploit that allows players to experience more than just ten hours of FIFA 20 on one account.
There’s a lot of YouTube videos and Twitter posts claiming to possess legitimate methods for utilising the glitch, but these appear to be false thanks to various complaints about the glitch not working.
Tried it 8 times on xbox, didn’t work— UTC⚽ (@Hazz3112__) September 19, 2019
Ight now take this tweet down— AllenSZN (@AllensNutsack) September 17, 2019
Ea access glitch is fixed now i actually have to buy FIFA 20 pic.twitter.com/o3C6Ek7K62— Ché (@UtdChe) September 19, 2019
EA ACCES GLITCH!!I tested 2 Accounts which have EA Access if the glitch works. It didn’t.— FUTJoker (@Elmeromero1904) September 20, 2019
Information belle: “Thanks for Testing FIFA 20. The actually used Account needs an active EA Access-Membership and a FIFA 20 trialversion authorization.” #EAAccess #FUT20 #fut pic.twitter.com/ZRM48LHwkd
Atm no…— insanovarex (@insanovarex) September 19, 2019
Some fans aren’t surprised that the glitch has been fixed/patched when EA are not doubt aware of it thanks to countless posts.
Rumours going round of the glitch not working this year on the EA Access trial for Fifa 20. Maybe if stupid cunts didn’t go posting a million pictures of how to do it on Twitter, it might not have been fixed.— XI Delta (@XI_Delta) September 19, 2019
Trying to exploit an almost mythical glitch to bleed out ten more hours of a trial isn’t worth the effort in all honesty.
You’d be better off just enjoying the ten hours you have and then just waiting until September 24th or 27th.