EA Sports are expected to launch FIFA 21 in 2020

EA Sports are expected to launch the next edition of FIFA - FIFA 21 - in 2020, despite the difficulties associated with the Covid-19 pandemic, which has disrupted various industries, including football.

Every year, the pressure is on games developers to come up with something that tops the previous effort, with avid gamers always keen to see new features or upgrades to existing aspects of the game.It's all about improving the user experience and, while the creative work is led by the experts, gamers are consulted and their concerns are certainly part of the decision-making process.

Developers EA Sports have released the game on the final Friday in September over the past few years, and fears of any delays have been put to rest by EA confirming that FIFA 21 and Madden 21 will both launch on time (i.e. September).The new consoles are not scheduled for release until the run-up to Christmas, meaning that EA is likely to release console-specific versions in November/December. In addition, if you are in need of Cheap FIFA 21 Coins, you can visit our website

There’s also the matter of the start of the European football season. As things stand, the new seasons are expected to start in August/September, meaning the end of September is still a reasonable time to launch the game. If the new season gets delayed, expect a slight delay for FIFA 21 as well.Whichever time they choose, EA will release a demo of the game around two weeks before the final version is launched.

The demo versions, which come after beta, are never really too similar to the games that are ultimately released - although fans do still like to download them and give it a try towards the end of each game. Sometimes though, the demo can give us a good idea of what EA is working on. We would expect the demo to go live in the first week of September, or just slightly later.

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