EA Access is a monthly subscription service which costs $5 a month on Xbox One. It gives you access to a number of games at no additional cost, as well as perks and other discounts on EA's games. For example, if you're interested in Anthem, you can purchase it for roughly 10 percent less and play a free trial before its official launch on February 22.
That's not all though. FIFA is one of the most popular gaming franchises around the world, and the in-game FIFA Ultimate Team is a great way to build your squad. However, if you're an EA Access member, you get additional perks in FIFA 19. Today, the publisher said that subscribers could grab 5 of the most popular kits in FIFA Ultimate Team just by logging into the game by February 28.
Subscribers, grab five of the most popular kits in FUT. Just log in by February 28, and they're yours. https://t.co/nINCKPjj60 pic.twitter.com/khrcm2Qs3pSubscribers, grab five of the most popular kits in FUT. Just log in by February 28, and they're yours. https://t.co/nINCKPjj60 pic.twitter.com/khrcm2Qs3p— EA Play (@EAPlay) February 17, 2019February 17, 2019
If you're already an EA Access member or want to become a subscriber, remember to claim your kits before the end of the month. They include some great gear so don't miss out!
FIFA 2019 showcases new technical innovations for movement, in addition to all the other improvements you can expect from the annualized series. The franchise has evolved by a greater degree ever since the development team switched over the the Frostbite engine.
Gain early access to a lot of games
EA Access allows subscribers to not only play certain titles at no extra cost, but it also gives you the ability to test out blockbusters like Anthem a week early.
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That's a Pro Evolution image not FIFA.
No it’s not. That’s the image EA is using officially for FIFA 19. Just google “FIFA 19” and click on “Images.” You’ll see a dozen EA websites using the same image. Just because a player has a similar pose and is wearing the same jersey doesn’t mean it’s the same game.
It's even used in the Store App in the UK 😉
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