FIFA 22's demo will release later this year and will be a lot of players first taste of this year's football game from EA.
Usually releasing shortly before the full game hits store shelves, it gives teams a look at what's to come in terms of teams, players and modes.
Here's what you need to know about the FIFA 22 demo.
The demo should release sometime in September, not long after Gamescom 2021. The demo is usually debuted at the gaming convention in Cologne around August time.
FIFA 21 did not feature a demo.
The demo for FIFA 20 was available to download on September 10th, a whole 17 days prior to the release of the full game.
So expect a similar release date.
The demo should be available for Xbox One, PS4, Xbox Series X, PS5, PC and Switch.
The demo is free to download and play.
As always with a demo, fans can expect at least 6 partnered EA teams to feature.
Back in FIFA 20, we had Liverpool, Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Tottenham and Chelsea.
Players will be given kick-off mode as the staple mode, likely to be paired with a taster of Ultimate Team and VOLTA.