FIFA 21 Beta: Will There be a Closed Beta?

FIFA 21 is expected to release Oct. 9.
FIFA 21 is expected to release Oct. 9. | Photo by EA Sports

FIFA 21 beta is on fans' wish lists as the game's release date draws nearer and nearer.

FIFA 21 has a big job ahead of itself as fans expect the next entry to be miles ahead of FIFA 20. The current title has been heavily criticized for its gameplay, especially on the Ultimate Team front. While fans responded positively to the Summer Heat promotion, they hope FIFA 21 corrects mistakes made in 20.

Fans are wondering if there will be a FIFA 21 beta.

FIFA 21 Beta: Will There be a Closed Beta?

Last year, selected players were granted access to the FIFA 20 beta. EA Sports made certain aspects of the game available for users. For example, one user might've gotten access to Ultimate Team while another got access to Pro Clubs.

As of writing, there's no official confirmation that there will be a FIFA 21 beta. Although, fans should remain positive as there was no official announcement of last year's beta either. EA Sports announced that more information regarding gameplay, Career Mode, Volta, Pro Clubs and FIFA 21 Ultimate Team will come in August.

It's unknown when the beta would start, how long it would last and how players would even sign-up. Keep an eye on your email inbox that's linked to your EA account for any additional information.

FIFA 21 launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on Oct. 9. Users who purchase FIFA 21 on one of the aforementioned console platforms will get a free upgrade to the subsequent next-generation console.