FIFA 23 early access – how to get on the pitch before the release date

Are you trying to find out how to get FIFA 23 early access before the game goes live on the release date? Here's how to get a head start on building your FUT

FIFA 23 Early Access: Mbappe can be seen kicking a ball

When is the FIFA 23early access date? It’s that time of year again, football fans, when EA releases their latest entry in the FIFA series and we all rush to grind as much as possible to build the best ultimate team we can. To do that, you’ll want to get early access to the game – the sooner you start playing, the more of a head start you’ll have over the competition.

If this sounds like you, you’ll be wanting to get FIFA 23 early access to start building your roster of gold players as soon as possible and get them onto the pitch in 4-3-3 to overwhelm the bronze defenders of players who turn up on release day. Yes, we’re that savage here at The Loadout.

Below, you’ll find all the ways in which to get early access to FIFA 23 before most people get their hands on it on release day.

FIFA 23 early access

There are two ways to gain early access to FIFA 23. You can purchase the Ultimate Edition of the game, or Game Pass Ultimate and EA Play subscribers can spend ten hours previewing the game. Early Access for FIFA 23 will go live on September 27.

FIFA 23 preorders are now live, so you can nab your place in the early access period right now!

So, if you’re looking to get early access to FIFA 23, then you can either pre-order one of the more expensive editions of the game if you’re truly football mad, or you can subscribe to Game Pass Ultimate or EA Play and go hands-on with the free trial that usually happens around a week before launch.

Check out our FIFA 23 release date guide to find out when the game officially comes out or our FIFA 23 crossplay guide to see if you can hack the shins of PlayStation fanboys.

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