As promised, EA Sports has released the demo for FIFA 19. For some reason the Origin client does not show any button to download the demo, which is why we’ve included below a link to the Origin website that comes with a “Try First” option (which is basically the demo and works).
The FIFA 19 demo features ten teams which are Manchester City, Manchester United, PSG, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Spurs, Juventus, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and Roma. The demo allows players to play Exhibition matches and comes with a number of restrictions (which are basically typical to both PES and FIFA demos).
According to reports, this is an older build of FIFA 19, meaning that the final game may play a bit differently. However, we don’t expect major changes between this build and the final one. Also, we don’t expect any performance differences between them (meaning that if you can run the demo, you will be able to run the final build too).
FIFA 19 releases on September 28th and PC gamers can head over at Origin and download it.
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