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Wild Hearts demo, release date, how to play

Get an overview of everything you need to know about the Wild Hearts demo and what to expect from it as you jump into the game on console and PC

Wild Hearts Demo: A monster can be seen

You may have heard that there is a Wild Hearts demo to check out ahead of release and if you aren’t sure whether or not you want to pick the game up. Thankfully, however, this article has all the information you need to know about how you can access the demo and play with your friends.

If you are playing with your friends, you can also bring them into your hunting party even if they are on a different platform, thanks to Wild Hearts crossplay. So for a full rundown of how that works when it comes to the demo and when and where you can play, read on below.

Wild Hearts demo explained

The Wild Hearts demo is available to everyone who is an EA Play subscriber or an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscriber. It allows you to play ten hours of the full game on either PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

This demo will be available past the initial Wild Hearts release date, so you can get ten hours with the game even after it has been released. Unfortunately, there is no way to get access to the demo without subscribing to one of these services.

Wild hearts demo release date

The Wild Hearts demo’s release date is set for February 13, 2023. This means you can jump in and play a few days before the full game releases.

The demo offers free access to the full game for the ten-hour window so you can hunt whichever Wild Hearts Kemono and monsters you want.

How to access the Wild Hearts demo?

To access the Wild Hearts demo you need to either be a subscriber or sign up for an EA Play or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. This can be done either on the EA Play website or the Xbox website which is linked below.

That is everything you need to know about the Wild Hearts demo. For even more on the game, check out how you can slay the Kemono as you restore the land with a host of different Wild Hearts weapons.