EA Sports FC 25 is set to release in September, according to a leak


According to a recent leak, EA is set to usher in a recent era of football gaming by giving EA Sports FC 25 a release date of September 27, 2024.

Information about the FC 25 launch plans comes from Dealabs and the reliable leak detector Billbil-kun. The report from the site reveals the likely release date along with a few other details about the price and purchase options. Sports game fans reportedly have two purchase options: Standard and Ultimate. The former appears to include the base game for $69.99, while the latter offers seven days of early access starting September 20 for $99.99. EA Play subscribers can also take advantage of early access with a 10-hour trial.

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EA Sports FC 25 is expected to be released in September and will be available with Early Access.

FC 25 has not been officially revealed yet, but Dealabs expects it to be announced within the next 10 days. No platforms have been promised yet, although the X/Twitter account PlayStation Game Size says it’s at least coming to PlayStation 4, which would mean an Xbox One version is likely if that info is right. For comparison, last year’s FC 24 released for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S on September 22, 2023.

EA’s soccer racing games were previously known as FIFA, but change after the expiration of almost 30 years of partnership with the FIFA brand. This resulted in a name change to EA Sports FC and recent logo as the series set off to make a fresh start. It began last year with FC 24.

EA has yet to confirm a release date, pricing information, or any other details about FC 25. While we wait for a potential announcement, you can read our 7/10 reviews last year’s installment. At the time, we said, “It may have a new name, but EA Sports FC 24 is more or less the same, frustrating but beautiful game that FIFA was for many years.”

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