As the FIFA 20 season about to reach its end, players will soon know what the FIFA 21 that will be released on October 9 look like.
Before its main release, the Demo is usually released to give the players what they are likely to see in the final product next season. But the day for the release of the Demo remains unknown.
Demo also allows players to test run it by selecting one of the top teams in the game, and try out different players, tactics, and formations that will work for them to be able to get overall feel for what’s to come.
This article will be answering some controversial questions that are already surrounding the FIFA 21 demo.
Fifa 21 preorder Date
With no dates set in stone, FIFA 21 demo is expected to be released during the first week of September, ahead of its full release the next month. This means the demo could be out as early as September 8, 2020, but could extend to 15 at the latest, providing the ongoing coronavirus pandemic didn’t stop the designers’ plans. If this is successful, it will be a similar situation with the release of previous FIFA demos that are usually done on the second Tuesday of September.
Who will be the top players in FIFA 21?
For Real Madrid that is on the verge of winning their first La Liga title since 2012, forward, Eden Hazard is expected to be the club’s top player, despite having an injury-plagued season.
For Liverpool, Mohammed Salah is expected to lead the pack while Sergio Aguero could be doing the business for Manchester City.
With the full game to be available on the next-gen consoles, it’s unlikely that the demo will be on them as the consoles are billed to be released in the holiday season.
Will FIFA 21 Demo have Juventus?
With confirmations not given yet on the teams that will be on the FIFA 21, it can’t be stated categorically that the Italian giant, Juventus will be there or not.
It could be recalled that the FIFA 20 demo had teams that currently dominate the major leagues. The teams were Liverpool, Manchester City, Juventus, PSG, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, and Real Madrid.
Although, there are normally some less popular teams in the demo to ensure more of an even spread, and the FIFA 20 demo featured only ten teams, so don’t expect much more than the list above.
Who will be on the cover of FIFA 21?
According to Sportsbible, Tottenham Hotspurs’ South Korean forward Heung-Min Son is who the fans want to see front and center this year’s game. As of May 2020, the former Hamburg man has garnered over 78,000 votes and is currently edging out Espanyol’s Wu Lei, who is second with over 77,000 votes.
New Premier League winner, Mohamed Salah is third in the voting. The Liverpool star acquired votes than former cover stars Cristiano Ronaldo, and Lionel Messi combined, while Kylian Mbappe, his PSG teammate, Neymar, Bayern’s Robert Lewandowski, Premier League players, Virgil van Dijk and Paul Pogba all make the top ten – though all have less than 1,000 votes so far.
Fifa 21 gameplay rumours
All the nitty-gritty of the EA project is yet to be delved into, concerning how the game will be played. According to game lovers, there is an improvement in the visuals, as shown by EA Play.
The visual improvements offered by the next-generation consoles aside, EA has also revealed haptic feedback support for PS5, described as “A new DualSense controller. This has rich and responsive haptic feedback that deepens the gameplay experience that allows gamers to feel the rhythm of the game in their hands.
How to get the FIFA 21 demo
The FIFA 21 demo will be made available for download on PS4, Xbox One and PC, and completely free on your respective platform’s store.
This has been the norm for FIFA releases over the years, and it is not expected to change now.
How much does each edition of Fifa 21 game cost?
There will be different editions of the FIFA 21 to be released, and they all have their price ranges. These have been revealed by EA sport itself.
According to reports, the Standard Edition will cost £59.99 / $64.99 (£54.99 / $59.99 on PC), while the Champions Edition is £79.99 / $79.99 and the Ultimate Edition will cost £89.99 / $99.99.
Since there is no separate edition for NextGen, gamers will need just to buy the PS4 or Xbox One version.