As usual, EA released a demo version of its football simulator game. But apparently, there will be no demo version this year. A few hours ago, Electronic Arts officially announced this news by tweeting.
Every year, Konami and EA release their football simulation versions. This year, as you already know, Konami added the game PES 2021 in the form of a seasonal patch for PES 2020. The EA company has also decided to remove the demo version to focus more on the original version.
Prior to the release of the original version of FIFA, EA always released a demo version. you could experience the new version of Fifa with a small number of teams in that version. Of course, many sections are locked in the demo and there is only the ability to play an exhibition match. It is said that EA aims to focus more on FIFA 21 and the intent of the development team is to provide a complete and flawless experience to those interested.
Now we have to wait and see if the creators succeed in creating a different experience for the players or not. As we have said before, new features such as Agile dribbling have been added to this game. These features will affect the speed and dynamics of the game.
FIFA 21 will be available on October 9 for Playstation 5, Xbox Series X, PC, and also eighth generation consoles.