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FIFA 21 releases on Origin and Steam on October 9th [UPDATE: Current-gen version confirmed]

Electronic Arts has officially announced that FIFA 21 will release on both Origin and Steam on October 9th. The game will be using the Frostbite Engine, and its Steam store page is up.

According to its description, FIFA 21 has more ways to play than ever before, including the UEFA Champions League and CONMEBOL Libertadores.

Unfortunately, EA has not revealed any additional details about FIFA 21. As such, we don’t know whether the PC platform will receive the current-gen or the next-gen version of the game.

As you may have guessed, EA Sports has also released a new trailer for it that you can find below.

Now while EA Sports has not revealed any details about the game, it has made the game available for pre-order on Steam. Seriously, there aren’t even any screenshots for the game as we speak. This is really ridiculous, however, we are certain that some soccer fans will go ahead and pre-order it.

But anyway, enjoy the following trailer and stay tuned for more!

FIFA 21 & Madden 21 | Feel Next Level (PS5, Xbox Series X)


And here we go again. Electronic Arts has officially confirmed that the PC version of FIFA 21 will be based on the current-gen version, and not on the next-gen version.

“FIFA 21 on PC will be the same version as released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We’ll have more information on it in the coming weeks.”

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