EA has revealed FIFA 21's various pre-order bonuses and special editions across PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC, and Nintendo Switch. And as expected, the various bonuses for copping early and the various editions are largely in line with what EA has done with FIFA in the past.
Of course, like always, these various pre-order bonuses and various editions aren't that meaningful, however, they do give you advantages in certain parts of the game. Nothing huge, but it's a nice boost for those that grind Ultimate Team especially.
You should know that while FIFA 21 is releasing on Switch, it's once again a "Legacy edition" that hasn't been updated much at all really. Outside of kit and squad updates, FIFA 21 is basically the same as FIFA 18, which means no story mode, no Volta mode, and none of the new gameplay updates added in recent years. If you are in lack of FIFA 21 Accounts, visit our site 5mmo.com, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.
EA Sports is planning on outlining the changes and new features in FIFA 21 in August, with details coming on career mode, Volta, Ultimate Team, Pro Clubs, and the general gameplay improvements. We should also learn the cover athlete in the coming weeks as well.
EA Access and Origin Access Basic members will get to try FIFA 21 days before its official release. These trials are normally capped at 10 hours. Plus, you can get 10% off the price of any digital edition on Xbox One and PC and carry your progress over to the full game. Origin Access Premier members get early access to the full experience and can keep playing as long as your subscription is active.