FIFA 21 is currently available for current-gen platforms, but before it got released, it was confirmed that it would arrive for the PS5 and the Xbox Series X/S. Today, EA revealed to us that FIFA 21 is going to hit next-gen consoles on December 4th.
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EA has also confirmed that free upgrades from current-gen to next-gen will be available, however, only until FIFA 2022 gets released, so make sure you pick it up earlier. It will also be releasing for Stadia but doesn’t yet have a specific launch date.
FIFA 21 is EA’s latest installment to its popular football sim franchise, currently out for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch as a Legacy Edition. On PC, you can get it through either Steam or EA’s Origins. However, the game hasn’t been received too well. Many fans call it out, especially the Legacy Edition for Switch, which apparently (even confirmed by EA) has the same gameplay from FIFA 20. This makes it a not-so-smart purchase if you already own FIFA 20 on the Switch.