EA is to bring the eagerly awaited FIFA 12 release date forward for Xbox Live gamers signed up to the EA Season Ticket scheme with the PES 2012 rival to hit Microsoft’s online service tomorrow
Ahead of the official FIFA 12 UK release date, developer EA has announced it is to allow EA Season Ticket subscribers to download the game a week early with the eagerly awaited football sim to hit Xbox Live tomorrow, September 24th.
Set to go live tomorrow at 4pm GMT the full FIFA 12 release will be available through Xbox Live to those who have splashed out the 2100 Microsoft Points (roughly £17.13) on becoming an EA Season Ticket member. There is no word of an early FIFA 12 PSN release.
As well as being able to download the game almost a week before it hits the highstreet, EA Season Ticket holders will be granted exclusive access to the first FIFA 12 EA Sports Football Club Challenge.
Running up until the game’s official in-store release date of September 30th, the first EA Sports Football Club Challenge will see gamers given the chance to rewrite history and make amends for the now infamous Fernando Torres miss playing as Chelsea in a replay of their recent 3-1 defeat to Man United.
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