Players will be able to begin playing from 10 hours ahead of launch.
You might have already had a chance to try out FIFA 19 when its demo was made available a few days back. If not, you will now have a chance to try the game out again- that is, if you have a subscription for EA Access or Origin Access on Xbox One and PC respectively. The early access for the game is now available to pre-load for the PC and Xbox One.
Before you go ahead start downloading the game, make sure you meet the system requirements for PC. For the PC, the download size comes up to 32 GB, and for the Xbox One, the download size is a bit greater at 39 GB. You will be able to enjoy the game for a full 10 hours if it is the standard Early Access for the Xbox One. On the other hand, if you have the EA Premium for PC, then you will gain unlimited access to the game.
FIFA 19 is set to release to the masses on the PC, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One on September 28.