A new listing suggests that the FIFA 18 Demo release date has been set for around two weeks before the full launch of the game.
While the traditional FIFA demo has been confirmed as rolling out again this year, EA Sports have yet to make any announcements about it.
Officially, we don’t know when it is set to arrive or what it will include.
We can’t be certain what teams will be playable, although it seems likely that they will be the same that have been available to try out at events like E3 and in the recent beta.
But while EA Sports have yet to tell us everything about their next big demo release, reports have surfaced this week suggesting a release date.
According to a new retail leak, the FIFA 18 release date has been set for September 15 and will weigh in at around 7.3GB.
This would mean it debuting around two-weeks before the full game, something that has happened in the past.
As always, it’ll be worth taking this latest report with a grain of salt, with an official announcement likely coming very soon.
EA Sports have been allowing gamers to play a version of FIFA 18 at various different gaming events, with the teams available listed below:
Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Juventus, Bayern Munich, PSG, LA Galaxy and Toronto FC.
There could still be changes made to this list before the FIFA 18 demo goes live, however, it seems like a pretty solid list of footy clubs to be included.
And while fans wait to try out FIFA 18, they’ll also get the chance to try their hand at PES 2018.
PES 2018 will be available to play for free this week, as the demo goes live on PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
The demo for the FIFA 18 rival has an August 30 release date on consoles and PC.
Unfortunately, there’s no official release time for the demo. Instead, a Konami spokesperson told Express Online that it’s in the hands of the respective platform holders.
PlayStation owners can expect the demo to go live at around 11am UK time on PS4 and PS3.