The FIFA 15 demo release date is here for the Xbox One, a full day ahead of any other console, possibly due to the E Access option that offers access to an early FIFA 15 release date for the full game later this month.
The PS4 FIFA 15 demo release arrives tomorrow, September 10th, so PlayStation owners can enjoy the new FIFA game for 2014. The FIFA 15 PC demo release is also in the plans for tomorrow.
EA Sports is delivers a number of revamped options and FIFA 15 features on the PS4 and Xbox One that deliver a better experience than on older consoles.
Although there is no listing on the Xbox Marketplace it appears there is a Xbox 360 FIFA 15 demo coming and the PS3 FIFA 15 demo is likely tomorrow. EA shows all the systems on the FIFA 15 demo image. Silver Xbox members can play the FIFA 15 demo on September 16th.
According to EA Sports, the official FIFA 15 release date is tomorrow, but we verified that you can download it on the Xbox One early.
You can start installing the FIFA 15 demo on Xbox One now by searching FIFA 15 on your Xbox One or using this link in your browser. If you are at work or school, open up the SmartGlass app and find the FIFA 15 demo to start installing the demo from there. This will take some time as it is a 3GB download, but it is faster than you can expect for the early FIFA 15 release to EA Access members later this month.[easyazon_block add_to_cart=”default” align=”right” asin=”B00KPY1GJA” cloaking=”default” layout=”top” localization=”default” locale=”US” nofollow=”default” new_window=”default” tag=”gbm-ea-20″]In the FIFA 15 demo you can play as eight teams in friendly matches and you can try out the FIFA Ultimate Team mode. The FIFA 15 demo release includes,
- Manchester City
- Borussia Dortmund
- Paris SG
- Boca Juniors
You can also play through a tutorial explaining Ultimate Team mode in FIFA 15. This is a way to create your own team from the best FIFA 15 players and go head to head against the computer and online opponents.
All of the rosters are accurate as of August 1st, so you can get a taste of FIFA 15 before the official release later this month. This is a FIFA 15 demo so you can’t play all of the modes like Skills Trainer, or build an Ultimate Team that you keep, but there is also no time limit so you can keep playing FIFA 15 right up to the release.
If you want to play the full game, you’ll need an Xbox One and EA Access. For a $5 a month subscription you get access to the early FIFA 15 release date. This lets you play the full game five days early and your progress carries over to the full release. The catch is you can only play for six hours during this early release and it is only on the Xbox One. There is a EA Sports Season Ticket option that allows PS3 and Xbox 360 early FIFA 15 release access, but it is only three days. Check out more of the early FIFA 15 release details for how you can sign up and what else you need to know.
You can watch FIFA 15 gameplay above while you wait for the FIFA 15 demo download to complete. In FIFA 15 you’ll see new player animation, emotional intelligence, smarter goalkeepers and better team tactics as well as upgraded visuals and better ball control and ball physics.
The best experiences come on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, but the game is available on Wii, Xbox 360, PS3 and PS Vita as well.