With this year's entry in the FIFA
series set to release towards the end of next month, EA has begun sending out emailed invites for the FIFA 19
closed beta, which is scheduled to begin tomorrow. For those of you that are lucky enough to receive a code, you'll be able to check out the latest tweaks and gameplay changes in the game's Kickoff mode, along with access to one additional mode (Career, Ultimate Team, Head-to-Head Online Seasons and Pro Clubs) that will be specific per user.
If you're looking to gain access to the FIFA 19
closed beta, you'll need an invite from EA to gain entry. Unfortunately, the emailed codes are specific per user so you won't be able to find any giveaways online.
If you haven't received a code, the EA support page
suggests that you check your contact preferences page
to make sure you have opted in to receive emails.
The FIFA 19
closed beta begins tomorrow and will be available for select players in the United States and the United Kingdom until August 20th. If you don't have access, you can play the game when it releases on September 28th. Pre-orders of the Champions or Ultimate Edition of the title grant access to the game three days earlier on September 25th. Finally, a Play First Trial will be available through EA Access on September 20th.
We don't have them yet, but we'll publish a story as soon as we pick up the FIFA 19 achievements.