You can now try FIFA 15 on EA Access for Xbox One

FIFA 15, the latest edition to one of the best-selling sports video game franchise in the world, is now available for trial on Xbox One for EA Access members. Unlike the demo version, which was released just over a week ago, this is the full game. The catch here is that EA Access members are limited to just six hours of gameplay.

We've just installed the FIFA 15 trial on our Xbox One. Watch our gameplay video!

This year's update to FIFA brings several improvements. Visual changes are noticeable right away. Players look more detailed, uniforms move realistically and get dirty, and the fields show changes as players move around.

Another interesting new feature are emotions. For the first time ever, players have memories and will show emotion based on the context of the match. There are over 600 new emotional reactions, and players now respond to pivotal moments on the pitch whether they are bad tackles, missed chances, epic goals.

EA has also improved player movements. They say this is their most responsive FIFA game ever. Players' movements also reflect their real-life counterparts. For example, Messi, who is predominantly left-footed, will visibly favor that foot.

The FIFA 15 trial is only available to EA Access subscribers. For $4.99 a month, members can play some of EA's best Xbox One games. The curated list currently includes FIFA 14, Battlefield 4, Need for Speed Rivals, Peggle 2 and Madden NFL 25, with more to come in the future. EA Access membership also allows early access to upcoming EA games five days before the release date to play for a limited time. If you love it, buy it, and you can pick up right where you left off. Another perk is 10% discount on EA digital purchases on Xbox One.

FIFA 15 comes out on September 23rd in North America and September 25 in Europe. Will you be getting this game for your Xbox One? Let us know in the comments!

Mark Guim

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