Football is coming home, or it has already arrived home, or maybe you'll think it'll never come home but you hope it's having fun and occasionally thinks of you.
No matter your relationship to real-world football, you may well be a fan of FIFA. If that's the case, then you'll be wanting to know about where you can play the next iteration, FIFA 21.
Well, if you happen to be one of the people who've stuck with Microsoft for the entirety of this generation, then there's only one platform you'll be interested in.
So, here's everything you need to know about FIFA 21 and the Xbox One.
Will FIFA 21 be on Xbox One?
Good news for Microsoft fans, the answer to this is yes. It'll be releasing on the Xbox One and there'll no doubt be some cool improvements for the Xbox One X.
The Xbox One didn't start as strong as it's finished, but you can't deny the appeal of the console these days.
It's sure to make for a more interesting transition over to the next-gen too, but that's not what we're here to talk about in this article.
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When is FIFA 21 coming out?
Thankfully the FIFA 21 is launching very soon indeed, and every day that passes brings us that little bit closer to having it in our hands.
FIFA 21 will be releasing on the October 9th 2020. That means it'll be with us all before Halloween. That's the main release date, but the EA Access Play First Trials will start on October 1st.
It makes perfect sense to avoid November where possible thanks to some of the gaming titans that will be released that month.
Naturally, for some people, FIFA 21 is the only game releasing this year that matters, in which case the only important thing is that it's releasing at all.