How to Play UFC 5 Early?

If you’re excited to play UFC 5 and want to play the game a little earlier than the official release date, there’s a way to do it.

Unlike Madden 24 and EA FC 24, there is no package you can buy for early access. None of the UFC 5 versions have an early release date as a bonus.

However, if you subscribe to EA Play, you can play the game early. The EA Play trial version has some limits that you should be aware of before subscribing.

In this guide, we’ll tell you about them and help you start playing UFC 5 early on the platform of your choice.

UFC 5 Early Release Date

UFC 5’s official release date is October 27, but if you have an EA Play or EA Play Pro subscription, you can start playing on October 24.

While you will get access to the full version of the game, you won’t be able to play it forever. It will be a timed trial that ends in a few hours.

An EA Play subscription is $4.99 per month or $29.99 per year and includes trials of a bunch of EA games. The price also includes access to the EA Play Vault, which contains full-length games.

EA also offers a top-tier Play Pro subscription for $14.99 per month or $99.99 per year.

How to Download UFC 5 Trial Version

To play UFC 5 a few days in advance, you need to sign up for EA Play.

Open: EA Play’s website or go to the EA app on your device of choice and complete the registration process. Again, you can choose to pay monthly or for a year.

When UFC 5 launches later this month, you’ll find it directly in the EA app on your console. Go to the Trials tab and find the game.

You should also find the option to download a trial version from the main store page, but you’ll want to make sure you download the trial version instead of purchasing the game.

Since the game will require a lot of space on your console’s internal storage, you may need to free up some space to install the trial version.

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UFC 5 Trials Limits

You can play UFC 5 for 10 hours. This allows you to try out the game to see if you like it enough to purchase the full version. This isn’t a way to play UFC 5 for an unlimited amount of time or replace the full version of the game, so keep that in mind.

When you finish a gaming session during the trial, be sure to close the game completely. This will prevent you from wasting time working in the background.

We have seen users create multiple accounts to subscribe to EA Play and play for more than 10 hours. This is expensive and we do not recommend it.

If you decide to purchase the game after the 10-hour trial period is over, you can benefit from a 10% discount on digital pre-order.

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