EA Sports FIFA World now in open beta worldwide

EA Sports FIFA World is now in open beta worldwide for Windows PC, EA announced today.

The title, a free-to-play iteration on the FIFA soccer franchise, includes the FIFA Ultimate Team feature as well as a handful of modes in both single-player and online multiplayer. The game include 16,000 players across 600 clubs from 30 licensed leagues to choose from. 

According to producer Alex Grimbley, the four closed beta sessions and previous limited open beta for FIFA World had 1.5 million registered players, through which EA collected feedback to polish the final version. Players will also be able to share their accomplishments and commentary on game content through the online Social Hub, as well as access a real-time Transfer Market to manage in-game items.

"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,” Grimbley said in a press statement. “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.”

FIFA World is available in Brazilian Portuguese, English, French, German, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Mexican Spanish and Turkish.

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