Yes, buying FIFA 21 on PS4 or Xbox One, you will be entitled, free of charge, to versions PS5 and Xbox Series X of the game.
Yesterday evening, in the framework of a meeting you EA Play Live completely mess up, Electronic Arts has, however, required to confirm the new FIFA 21, the output of which is wedged in the 9 October. A game scheduled on PS4 and Xbox One (among others) but that will also happen in version ” next gen “ on the new PS5 and Xbox Series X.
A program “Dual Entitlement” for FIFA 21
In this regard, Electronic Arts was keen to reassure the players, explaining that all those who purchase FIFA 21 on PS4 or Xbox One will be eligible, free of charge, to the version PS5 or Xbox Series X as soon as it becomes available. Better yet, the general progression of the game (including the modes WAS or Volta) will be retained during the transition to the new generation.
FIFA 21 free, yes, but…
In regards to the ” upgrade product “, EA explains that for all those who will buy a physical version of FIFA 21, the upgrade will be available only on the new consoles equipped with a disk drive. Exit therefore the PS5 Digital Edition, and a possible Xbox Series S. In fact, there is a need to use the disc PS4/Xbox One for FIFA 21 on its PS5/Xbox Series X to proceed with the upgrade of the game.
In terms of purchasing digital (via the PS Store and Xbox Live marketplace), it will be enough simply for the player to connect to its new console using the same account as the one used on PS4 or Xbox One, and recover the improved version of his game.
And for those who are wondering, the program ” Dual Entitlement “ of EA is only compatible for the PS4 to the PS5 and the Xbox One towards the Xbox Series X. In other words, no, you will not be entitled, free of charge, to the version Xbox Series X of the game if you bought the version PS4 of FIFA 21.
We now expect to know what it will look like this FIFA ” next-gen “, even if, between us, the latter should be much like the version that will be available on 4 October, which has not yet been exhibited by the american publisher.
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