FIFA 21 release date is still a bit away for those who are getting tired of FIFA 20 just four months after the game's release.
EA Sports releases a new FIFA title each year and has done so since 1993 with FIFA International Soccer. Some years fans were even lucky enough to get two or three releases in a calendar year.
In more recent years EA Sports has had to deal with community criticism on its popular Ultimate Team mode. FIFA 20 is no exception with players citing online gameplay, promotional content and more as reasons why they've already given up on the title.
So, if you're ready for a new FIFA title already, here's when you can expect FIFA 21.
FIFA 21 Release Date: When Does it Come Out?
FIFA 21 does not yet have a confirmed release date. Fans should expect more information as E3 rolls around with EA Play always being one of the big press events.
Though that's not to stay fans can't speculate and draw conclusions as to when FIFA 21 might be released.
FIFA tends to be released on the final Friday of September. Take a look at the last three entries and their release dates:
- FIFA 20 - Sept. 27, 2019
- FIFA 19 - Sept. 28, 2018
- FIFA 18 - Sept. 29, 2017
Based on that, FIFA 21 should have an expected release date of Sept. 25.