EA Offers Free 10 hours trial for FIFA 17

Electronic Arts Access members can start playing the full version, not the demo, of FIFA 17 for 10 hours ahead of its official released.

If you decide to purchase the full version of FIFA 17, remember that EA Access and Origin Access members gets a 10% discount for the digital copy of FIFA 17 and another 10% discount on FIFA points too. When the trial period is over, all your progress will be carried over to the full game.

You could also try out FIFA 17 demo at the EGX convention, the biggest video game event in Birmingham this September 22. FIFA 17 is scheduled to be released for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on September 27, in North America and September 29, for the rest of the world.

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