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FIFA 22 EA Play unlimited hours trial glitch discovered – here’s how it works

Subscribers to EA Play can gain access to FIFA 22 for a 10-hour trial period right now, but there is currently a glitch that supposedly lets players surpass the trial period entirely and receive a FIFA 22 trial with unlimited hours.

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A 10-hour trial of FIFA 22 is live now for EA Play subscribers, but one content creator has apparently found an unlimited hours trial glitch.

FIFA Players who subscribe to the EA Play service for Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 can play FIFA 22 before the game’s official worldwide and UK release date of Friday, October 1, 2021, with the subscription costing £3.99 per month (or £19.99 annually).

EA Play also allows subscribers to save on EA digital purchases with a 10% member discount, including FIFA points, downloadable content, full games and more.


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So far it’s unclear if this glitch works on all consoles, with the glitch only seen to be working on Xbox Series X|S, and it’s unclear if this glitch will continue to work until the full release of the game, but for now, it appears to work.

So, here’s how to access unlimited hours of FIFA 22 using EA play on next-gen consoles.

The FIFA 22 unlimited hours trial glitch using EA Play

As explained by content creator Cast4Away on their YouTube channel, this method for unlimited access to FIFA 22 requires you to have a second account on your console that also has EA Play.

  1. Create a second account on your console and subscribe to EA Play.
  2. Load FIFA 22 on your main account, and as soon as FIFA 22 loads onto your screen, quickly switch to your second account.
  3. Wait for the FIFA 22 start page to appear, and once you start the game, very quickly switch back to your main account.
  4. You need to be quick and switch accounts before your second account starts connecting to the EA Servers.
  5. When you have changed back to your main account, a message should appear on FIFA 22 saying you are connecting to the EA Servers with your main account.
  6. You are now able to access any game mode on FIFA whilst logged in with your main account.

This method should work no matter how many of your 10 hours EA Play access you have remaining, with Cast4Away successfully completing the glitch with zero hours remaining on his main Xbox account as he explains in the video below.







The FIFA content creator’s method allows you to access every game mode on FIFA 22, giving FIFA players unlimited time to progress their club ahead of the full release on October 1, 2021, giving anyone who can complete the glitch an advantage over players who have pre-ordered the Standard and Ultimate edition of the game.

The download of FIFA 22 with EA Play is around 37GB in size on Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, so before trying this glitch, make sure you have enough storage on your console to download.






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Players who pre-order or purchase the Standard Edition of FIFA 22 on Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC and Stadia will be able to access the game from the official UK release date, which is Friday, October 1, 2021.

Players who pre-ordered the Ultimate Edition of FIFA 22 on Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC and Stadia will be able to play four days earlier than the official release date and can access the game from Monday, September 27, 2021.







The Ultimate Edition of FIFA 22 includes Dual Entitlement, which allows players to upgrade from the PS4 or Xbox One version of the game to the next-gen PS5 or Xbox Series S/X version of the game.

FIFA 22 is now available to pre-order on all platforms.

Powered by Football, EA SPORTS FIFA 22 brings the game even closer to the real thing with a new season of innovation across every mode and groundbreaking next-gen HyperMotion gameplay technology on PlayStation5 that elevates every moment of the match.


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