EA Sports FIFA World Brings Free-To-Play Soccer To Open Beta

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Previously, if you had told me you wanted to experience real FIFA modes like Ultimate Team on your PC without paying for them, I would have questioned your dedication to the beautiful game.

No longer, though, since EA Sports FIFA World is now in open beta, which means anyone can sign up and play. It’s also free, solving that problem of you not wanting to pay anything. You will need EA’s Origin client to enjoy the 16,000-plus players from real clubs and leagues around the world, but that’s a small price to pay, right? The game is available in nine different languages and features multiple control schemes and the options to play as your favorite team or assemble a squad of superstars in Ultimate Team.

“By bringing the FIFA franchise to the PC platform as a free-to-play game, we give millions of new fans their chance to experience the authentic FIFA experience, with award-winning gameplay and licensed leagues,” producer Alex Grimbley said in a press release. “At the same time, existing FIFA fans now have a new way to enjoy the game they already love, with fresh daily content and the ability to play on almost any PC.”

Social features are also a big focus of EA Sports FIFA World, which you can see if you watch the trailer below or head to EASportsFIFAWorld.com to get started playing some football.

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