FIFA World beta opens to Australian players

The FIFA World open beta is now available to players in Australia, joining Russian and Brazilian football fans in the game's testing stages.

The FIFA World open beta is now available to players in Australia, joining Russian and Brazilian players.

The FIFA World open beta, showing Western Sydney Wanderers playing Brisbane Roar. (Credit: EA)

EA's free to play FIFA World football game, built for PC on the game's existing console code, features over 30 officially licensed leagues, including Australian A-League content. It's now available in Australia, after opening to Brazil and Russia for an open beta in November.

The game is centred around FIFA's existing FIFA Ultimate Team and Online Seasons game modes, and has been optimised for mouse control. The most recent update, which added English language support, also includes a Match Invite feature for players to challenge their friends to an Ultimate Team match.

Any prospective players can sign up for the FIFA World open beta here.

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