The trial version of FIFA 17 that will be available via EA Access will only contain Ultimate Team and several singleplayer story chapters. The trial is expected to give EA Access subscribers access to a few hours of the Journey campaign.
With the EA Access version of FIFA 17 players will only be able to play Ultimate Team, also known as FUT, and several story chapters of the Journey singleplayer campaign.
Last year the EA Access trial version of FIFA 16 allowed players to access all game modes of the game. Why EA Games has chosen to limit the content of the trial version is currently unknown.
EA Access subscribers on Xbox One and PC will be able to download the trial version of FIFA 17 starting September 22nd, a full week before the retail release of the game on September 29th.
Later today EA Games will also launch a demo version of FIFA 17 that does not require an EA Access subscription and will thus be freely accessible.
FIFA 17 launches September 29th for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.