EA Sports FC launch date leaks alongside early access details

EA Sports FC leaks are coming thick and fast and now we know when the upcoming soccer game is going to launch on Xbox, PS5, and PC.

EA Sports FC leaks release date: an image of a Liverpool player from FIFA

If you’re a soccer fan, you’ll be pleased to know that plenty of EA Sports FC leaks are flying around, and now an FC 24 launch date has been revealed. We don’t know if this is going to be one of the best soccer games of all time, but it’s shaping up to be a fantastic step forwards for fans of EA Sports’ FIFA games. Not to mention the fact that EA Sports FC is one of the most hotly anticipated upcoming PS5 games and upcoming Xbox games out there. If you’re wondering when the EA Sports FC release date is, you’re in the right place.

Following the recent revelation that EA Sports FC’s closed beta is coming to eat up your storage space, renowned leaker ‘Billbil-kun‘ has revealed that the EA Sports FC release date is scheduled for September 29, 2023. This information also comes with the confirmation that the EA Sports FC Ultimate Edition is going to give players seven whole days of early access – meaning the earliest you can play it is September 22, 2023.

Of course, it’s worth taking this with a pinch of salt. However, if this information is-indeed true, then it confirms that EA Sports FC drops almost exactly a year after FIFA 23 (September 30, 2022) and FIFA 22 (October 1, 2022). FIFA 21 did drop a little after, but FIFA 20 dropped just two days before this leaked release date in 2020.

So, although this isn’t confirmed information, it does seem like it’s going to be accurate – and Billbil-kun is rarely wrong when it comes to the leaks they share.

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At the moment, that’s all the leak gives us, though. It confirms an Ultimate Edition of EA Sports FC is coming with a week of early access, but that’s all we know. Looking at the special editions of previous FIFA games, we should expect to see some additional in-game items.

Billbil-kun also reveals that EA Play members will be able to access a ten-hour trial of EA Sports FC from the same date. So, if you’re someone who wants to enjoy the best Xbox Game Pass games out there, you’ll be able to give EA Sports’ new soccer game a go, too.

EA Sports FC has claimed that it’s going to “blur the lines” between virtual soccer and the beautiful game’s reality with its Hypermotion V technology. However, we’ll just be happy if EA Sports FC gets a claim all button by the time this leaked launch date rolls around. Keep an eye out for more information – an official announcement from EA Sports is expected soon.