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FIFA 22 EA Play glitch gives you unlimited play time


Unlimited hours! (Picture: EA)

You can now play FIFA 22 as part of a 10-hour trial on EA Play, but someone’s figured out how to bypass the time limit.

For anyone who can’t wait another week and wants to start playing FIFA 22 now, a trial version of the game is available right now. One way to access it is to sign up for EA Play.

The trial limits you to only 10 hours of gameplay, but somebody has discovered an EA Play related glitch that allows you to circumvent this limit and play the trial version for as long as you want.

YouTuber Cast4way has shared a step-by-step guide explaining how they achieved this. Basically, it requires having a second account on your console and subscribing it to EA Play. At the moment, a month’s subscription is only 79p so you don’t have to worry about wasting much money.

You then want to load up FIFA 22 on your main account (whichever one you want to keep progress on). As soon as FIFA 22 appears on screen, quickly switch to your second account and then switch back to the main account once the FIFA 22 screen appears again. You’ll want to do this before the game can connect to the servers.

A message should appear saying you’re connected to the servers through the main account, and you’ll have unlimited access. Cast4way does admit that this may require a few attempts to pull off. Plus, they are doing this on an Xbox Series X so it’s not entirely clear if this can be replicated on any other console.

EA hasn’t issued any comment on this at the time of writing but be warned that it could very well have been fixed by now.

How do I cancel my FIFA 22 EA Play subscription?

Let’s assume you manage to get this glitch working. Or you’ve already used up your 10 hours of play time and have no intention of renewing your EA Play subscription. Cancelling the subscription is relatively simple, but different platforms require different methods to do so.

How do I cancel my EA Play subscription on PC?

For PC users, you’ll want to sign into your EA account here. From there, go to your EA Account and Billing settings and select Subscriptions. There should simply be an option that reads Cancel Membership. Click that and just follow the steps.

How do I cancel my EA Play subscription on PlayStation 4/PlayStation 5?

If you subscribed to EA Play through a PlayStation console, you’ll need to log into your PlayStation account here. Once you’re logged in, there should be a Subscriptions tab on the left-hand side.

Click that and it will display any subscriptions you have. All you need to do then is select Turn Off Auto-Renew next to your EA Play subscription. It won’t cancel it straight away, but it will mean it’ll stop taking payments once the renewal date rolls around.

How do I cancel my EA Play subscription on Xbox One/Xbox Series X?

For Xbox owners, log into your Microsoft account here and select Services & Subscriptions from the bar along the top. Scroll down until you find your EA Play subscription and then click on Manage. From there, just select the option that reads Cancel and proceed from there.

It should be noted that EA Play comes bundled with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Xbox Game Pass for PC. So, if you own either of those subscriptions, there’s no need to cancel your EA Play subscription.

Can I sign back up for EA Play after cancelling?

Yes, if you ever change your mind after cancelling, there’s nothing stopping you from renewing your subscription.

FIFA 22 releases on October 1 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, PC, and Stadia.

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