FIFA 24 Release Date, Platforms | FC 24 Release Date Leaks

FIFA 24 Release Date
FIFA 24 Release Date

Since 1993, EA Sports, along with FIFA’s assistance, has not only enabled the fans to play and live out their deepest and dearest football fantasies for around three decades but especially for long-time fans, it has given us another reason to love the very game itself even more and connect with it further.

Just like the previous few titles released before, this new title from EA Sports will hope to bring more revolutionary changes to its ever-improving and ever-changing FIFA titles, to not only please its current loyal user base but to also attract millions of new players from around the globe too, but only this time, they will do it under a new name.

If you have been following the news regarding EA Sports in the last year or so, you must have heard that the fruitful, decades-long relationship between FIFA and EA Sports we discussed earlier has unfortunately come to an amicable end.

This sudden change subsequently prompted EA Sports to remodel their football simulation series by removing the initials of FIFA from their brand name, henceforth known as EA Sports FC.

Look at the recently released official logo of EA Sports FC 24.

Didn’t know about this yet? Check out our article on what caused the abrupt split between the two entertainment behemoths, EA and FIFA.

So without any more delays, let’s jump right into the latest developments regarding the newest title from EA Sports.

FIFA 24 Release Date

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FIFA 24 Release Date Rumours

The first main question everyone is asking around as we enter the month of July is, when is the next edition of the much-awaited football simulation game coming out?

To answer your burning question, as confirmed by EA Sports themselves and also by various other reputable sources, EA Sports’ next game in this popular sports series, EA Sports FC 24, will be released on 29 September 2023 for gamers who have bought the Standard Edition.

Gamers who have purchased the Ultimate Edition, however, can play the game seven days before the game’s official release date on 22 September 2023. So if you are someone who does not mind spending a bit of extra cash in exchange for a seven-day early-access version of this game, the ultimate edition is the way to go for you.

In keeping with EA Sport’s track record of releasing games in either the last week of September or in the first week of October, this game also looks set to release in and around the same time as well, barring any late hiccups, which is excellent news for all their fans, as they can get their hands on the newest edition without any delays and will get to experience the latest features added into the game first-hand.

Here, take a look at the official announcement trailer of the game below:

FIFA 24 Pre-Order Date

Players looking to grab all the extra goodies along with their copy of the game will not have to wait too long after seeing the grand reveal of the game, as they will be able to start pre-ordering their copies of EA Sports FC 24 from July 13, 2023.

Rumored FIFA 24 Closed Beta Date

FIFA 24 Release Date Closed Beta
FIFA 24 Release Date – Closed Beta

Enthusiastic gamers looking to get their hands on the newest title from EA Sports and play it a little sooner than all the rest of us will be able to participate in a Closed Beta will start from August 10 – 2 September.

Although EA Sports themselves haven’t mentioned any specific date yet, this rumored date is all we have to go on, but we will do our best to provide you with a more confirmed date as soon as we discover something new regarding this.

To keep track of any new developments regarding EA Sports FC 24 closed beta, you can visit the EA Sports FC Official Twitter page.

Who Will Be On The Cover Of FIFA 24?

FIFA 24 Release Date - Rumored cover player
FIFA 24 Rumored

First, let’s talk about who will be on the cover of EA Sports FC 24 and take their rightful place alongside other legendary players of yesteryears who have also had the pleasure of becoming the face of the game for that particular year like Wayne Rooney, Ronaldinho Gaucho, Ricardo Kaka, etc., to name a few.

As confirmed by EA’s Official Livestream, Erling Haaland looks set to follow up his stellar, treble-winning, and record-breaking season by being the sole cover star of EA Sports FC 24 as well, as far as the Stand Edition is concerned.

Here is a tweet from Erling Haaland himself confirming his involvement in this year’s game:

And here is the official cover of EA Sports FC 24:

EA Sports FC 24 Cover Photo
EA Sports FC 24 Cover Photo

Concerning the Ultimate Edition, however, it looks like he will be joined by other top 30 female and male professional players like Sam Kerr, Vinicius Junior, Son Heung-Min, etc., as well as legendary icons like Zinedine Zidane, Johan Cruyff, Pele, etc.

Will FIFA 24 Be A Free-To-Play Title?

Coming to the next most asked question related to FIFA 24 is whether it will be a free-to-play title like e-Football.

At the time of writing this post, we at Benettonplay can confirm that EA Sports will not be making one of their record-setting, best-selling, longest-serving game franchises a free-to-play title, especially not after the huge profits they have made from the game for decades and continue to do so today too, largely thanks to their FUT game mode.

Hence, to reiterate our answer to this much-asked question, EA Sports FC 24 will remain to be a full-priced title like the previous games in the franchise, no, it will NOT be a free-to-play title.

What Will Be The Price Of FIFA 24?

Moving on to another significant aspect that decides the fate of many games and EA Sports FC is no different. Although previous FIFA games were relatively on the higher side, EA Sports FC is taking it up a notch. Gamers who are on a tight budget, however, beware!

As confirmed by EA Sports themselves, we have brought to you a comprehensive list of the prices of each edition:

  • Standard Edition (PC) – $69.99 / $59.99
  • Ultimate Edition (PC) – $99.99 / $89.99
  • Standard Edition (PS4 / Xbox One) – $59.99 / $59.99
  • Standard Edition (PS5 / Xbox Series X/S) – $69.99 / $69.99
  • Ultimate Edition (Digital Cross-Gen Version) – $109.99 / $99.99

What Platforms Will FIFA 24 Be Released On?

The next important aspect of any game is the platforms they will be released on.

At the time of writing this post, we can confirm that EA Sports FC 24 will be available to play on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S, as well as on older consoles like PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The game will also release on Nintendo Switch, but like FIFA 23 before it, it will be released as a pared-back legacy version of the original game.

FIFA 24 Official Gameplay Reveal Date

The reveal date on which EA Sports was supposed to showcase all the new details like new gameplay mechanics, new game modes, graphics options, new teams, leagues, etc., regarding their latest title EA Sports FC, was on July 13, 2023.

Although it wasn’t the most comprehensive reveal many fans had been expecting with deals of every little aspect present in the game, they did however give us a glimpse of what kind of gameplay fans can look forward to.

You can find the gameplay details in the next section mentioned below.

FIFA 24 Gameplay Features

FIFA 24 Release Date Gameplay
FIFA 24 Gameplay

Coming to arguably the most prominent topic regarding FIFA 24 is “What are the gameplay changes coming to EA Sports FC 24?” So without much ado, let’s jump right into some of the gameplay changes and details we have gathered so far from varied sources are as follows:

  • Popular game modes like Career mode, VOLTA, Pro clubs, Tournaments, Kick-off, etc., will return with more added features and functionalities.
  • The Ultimate Team will also be making a return along with the other game modes, the only difference being that, per various rumors, it be called ‘The Club‘.
  • Due to EA signing a multi-million dollar partnership deal with La Liga and Serie A for their rights, football fans can now look forward to playing in all 20 official stadiums of the teams in the Spanish league, including the famous Spotify Camp Nou after a seven-year absence. As for Serie A, players will only have access to the competition’s names, logos, and trophies; everything else has been postponed for the future.
  • Kenilworth Road, the home stadium of newly-promoted Premier League club Luton Town will also be featured in the game.
  • Until now in Career mode, players were able to keep only seven players on the bench. Recent rumors are circling that the number could be increased to 9 players as we currently see in live matches.
  • In the player career mode, as per multiple Twitter leaks, players can now display tattoos on their players.
  • Retro kits of popular clubs like Chelsea, Juventus, Real Madrid, etc., could also make their way into the career mode game.
  • New and improved player faces will be integrated into the game, thanks to EA’s 3-D face scan technology.
  • A new version of Hypermotion, Hypermotion V will also be added to the game for more realism.

These are just a few new aspects and features both new and experienced players alike can hope to sink their teeth into this time.

Here, take a look at the general gameplay deep-dive trailer:

Next, let’s take a look at the changes and improvements made in the popular Career Mode:

Next, let’s take a look at the Matchday Experience Deep Dive trailer:

Conclusion

So there you have it gamers. This is all the information we were able to gather for you guys today from all the news platforms from all across the globe.

It is worth remembering that a few of the details mentioned here are still mere speculations. We’ll get a clearer idea of all new features and gameplay changes in the game once the in-depth gameplay reveal of the game comes out later this year.

Until then, we will update this article regularly with any new information as and when it becomes available to us.

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