FUT fans have been desperate to find a working FIFA 20 EA Access glitch for PS4 and Xbox One. Essentially, this enables users to have extended or unlimited time via the game's trial before early access. Users are officially allocated a maximum trial time of 10 hours.
In recent years, there have been various ways to get around the 10 hours of trial time when playing FIFA via Play First Trials. These included methods such as reloading the game from the menu/dashboard until you skipped the countdown timer, or switching accounts and transferring time onto your main account.
In terms of a FIFA 20 EA Access glitch, Ultimate Team fans did report success in the initial window after release. However, certain methods of obtaining extra or unlimited time were quickly patched. FUT Mentor explains these EA Access glitches for PS4 and Xbox One, including how EA SPORTS may have stopped them from working.
As explained above, unlimited time glitches appear to be far more difficult to implement during this year's play early window. However, this doesn't necessarily mean that there aren't others still out there. With this said, if any new FIFA 20 EA Access glitches for PS4 and Xbox One are discovered, we will be sure to keep you all informed.
By following the tips above you can ensure that you don't unnecessarily waste any time during this year's play trial. Many users make simple mistakes which can significantly eat into their 10 hours of play time. We strongly recommend being as economical as possible with your time, as once it's gone, you won't be able to get it back.
Have you been able to make use of a FIFA 20 EA Access glitch so far? Do you believe that EA SPORTS should offer unlimited time instead of a 10 hour trial up until the game's early access release? You can get in touch with us via Twitter to share all your thoughts and opinions.
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