The FIFA 21 release date is not delayed despite the coronavirus! EA SPORTS has quietly announced big news that will make FIFA fans around the world very happy. The game developer confirms that they expect FIFA 21 to have a 2020 launch date, despite speculation about possible delays due to the coronavirus.
EA has released their most recent financial report, which details the impact of coronavirus, updates to current games, and releases scheduled for later this year. The report also states that EA confirmed the launch date of FIFA 21 in the third quarter of 2020.
We bet FIFA 21 will launch in September, as has happened in previous years. We believe that the launch date of FIFA 21 is Tuesday, September 29 for the current consoles. Of course, the game will also be released for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X at the end of this year. The footie is expected to become a launch game for the next-gen consoles.
“FIFA is one of the biggest and most engaging entertainment franchises in the world. With approximately 100 million players engaging globally in our FIFA franchise, more than 25 million unique players have joined FIFA 20 so far, with VOLTA opening up an entirely new dimension to the game, and FIFA Ultimate Team continuing to grow as the most popular mode”
Electronic Arts announced that EA Play Live will be broadcast on EA.com on Friday, June 12. During this show we will see the first footage of FIFA 21 and other games from EA.