FIFA 16 Xbox One Edition Available

Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:EA) has created a name for itself by having a diverse portfolio of games to its name. When considering the sports category, the most widely played and preferred title is the football game FIFA. Every year a new version of the game is released, hence improving it throughout and adding more and more new features.

A recent blog post on Major Nelson’s website states that the owners of Microsoft Corporation’s (NASDAQ:MSFT) Xbox One can now get their hands on FIFA 16 for up to 10 hours. In order to be eligible for the game, the console owner should be a member of EA Access. The best part about this is that if players decide to buy the game later on, their entire progress and stats will be carried over when the official game launches.

FIFA 16

What’s even better is that EA Access members can play “FIFA 16” and “Star Wars: Battlefront” before it comes out officially and can save 10% from all digital purchases Fifa 16 coins. Be it either the packs, preorders, entire games, FUT packs or just everything else that comes along with it. This is a great way for members to expand their library in The Vault, having AAA titles at their disposal whenever they require. Games such as “Titanfall”, “Battlefield 4”, “Dragon Age: Inquisition” and many more are available to play without any additional charges.

Furthermore, those who have not yet upgraded to Xbox One, but are rather interested in buying the console just to experience FIFA 16 in all its glory, can purchase 1TB and 500GB Xbox One consoles, which are included with the FIFA 16 Bundle. The 1TB FIFA Bundle edition consists of the entire FIFA 16 game, along with three exclusive FIFA Ultimate Team Loan Legends and a complete one-year subscription to EA Access. The 500GB version, on the other hand, includes the entire game of FIFA 16, one month EA Access, and three Xbox exclusive FIFA Ultimate Team Loan Legends.

The prices and availability of the consoles can be viewed on Xbox and EA websites.

FIFA 16 is releasing on September 22, 2015 across multiplatform and includes women football teams for the very first time.

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