FIFA 21 is coming out in October and EA have recently dropped a career mode trailer that showcases the arrival of some long-awaited features. There’s expected to be a free downloadable demo for the overall populous before its release later this year, but for now there’s a closed demo for a small minority of people. Here you’ll discover how to get a closed beta code as well find out the beta start time.
The changes to career mode promise more than just Football Manager in FIFA 21. With that being said, the interactive match sim does appear to be the biggest highlight thanks to how you can drop both in and out of matches so you play any important parts when in an unglamorous fixture such as a third round FA Cup tie against some League 1 opposition.
If you wish to experience the game early, below you’ll discover how to get a beta code as well what time the closed beta is scheduled to start.
How to get FIFA 21 closed beta code
You get a FIFA 21 closed beta code by opting in to receive emails from EA.
So, to possibly get a FIFA 21 closed beta code, all you need to do is head over to your EA account and check your email preferences.
Unfortunately, this doesn’t guarantee you’ll get a key and EA have warned that there is a very limited amount of space.
If you do get to participate in the restricted demo, then you’ll be able to experience kick-off and one of the following modes:
- FIFA Ultimate Team
- Career mode
- Pro Clubs
What is the beta start time for FIFA 21?
EA have not officially shared the closed beta start time for FIFA 21.
However, according to the community, the FIFA 21 closed beta will start at the time of 10:00 PT on August 14th.
If this happens to be the case, then the restricted demo should launch on the same day at the hours of 13:00 ET and 18:00 BST.
The beta lasts until September 1st so there’ll be plenty of FIFA goodness for you to enjoy.