Feel Next Level 🎮⚽️#FIFA21 is coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X ➡️ https://t.co/i8H6ot8dPS https://t.co/EZ2CIZW3aT
— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) 1592523000000
Those who get a PS4 or Xbox One copy before FIFA 22 can upgrade their game for the equivalent next generation console (PS5 or Xbox Series X) for free.
Get #FIFA21 on either PlayStation 4 or Xbox One before FIFA 22 and upgrade your game for the equivalent next genera… https://t.co/PBZlJGwIhm
— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) 1592523060000
The game can be pre-ordered right now on PS4, Xbox One, Steam and PC. There are three editions of the game: Standard Edition, Champions Edition and Ultimate Edition. Of the three, the Champions and Ultimate Editions give you 3-days early access to the game. People who pre order these two editions would also be eligible for up to 12 Rare Gold Packs – 1 per week for 12 weeks (for Champions Edition) and Up To 24 Rare Gold Packs – 2 per week for 12 weeks (for Ultimate Edition) as FIFA 21 Ultimate Team Packs. Those who pre-order the Standard Edition aren’t eligible for early access to the game but make the cut for getting up to 3 Rare Gold Packs – 1 per week for 3 weeks.
The Standard Edition (PC) can be pre-ordered for Rs 3,999 from Origin or Steam and will launch on October 9, 2020. The Champions Edition PC price is Rs 5,499 while the Ultimate Edition PC price hasn’t been revealed yet on Origin, though its Steam price is Rs 6,499. Those who purchase the Champions or Ultimate Edition would get full access to the game by October 6 only as per the 3-days early access policy.
The minimum system requirements for you to run FIFA 21 are a 64-bit processor and Windows 7/8.1/10 64-Bit OS, either Athlon X4 880K @4GHz or better processor or Intel Core i3-6100 @3.7GHz or better processor, 8GB RAM, AMD Radeon HD 7850 or better or GeForce GTX 660 or better graphics card and 50GB of free space.