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Report: FIFA 20 Available Early in Spain


It’s been an odd weekend for the FIFA team, as not only has information on the game been leaked, but also that the game has already been sold to people in Spain, according to reports.

FIFA 20 Leaks

This past weekend, screenshots and videos were appearing on social media of what looked to be of FIFA 20. These shots showed off some of the new cards in FUT, as well as the ratings for some of the players in FIFA. Here’s one photo of the leaked info:

Photo: Reddit

While some believed these images to be true, others were not too sure as to whether it was real. Today, FIFA Global Franchise Lead Corey Andress addressed some of the leaks, and pretty much confirmed that there was info that came out prematurely.

Andress wrote that EA staff mistakenly uploaded content from FIFA 20 to their accounts on Xbox Live, which in turn caused some sensitive info to get out. Andress also added in a later tweet that this leak was not intentional. He wrote, “It kills months of planning.”

However, an even stranger story has been that there have been rumors that FIFA 20 is already available in Spain, ahead of its September 27 release date. The Twitter account @FIFABetaLeaks sent out a tweet yesterday indicating that the game has already been sent to select shops in Spain, and that the game is already being sold.

Other Twitter users have wrote that this is true, but these reports have yet to be verified. The FIFA community, however, has reacted to the possible news that the game may be available early for gamers in Spain.

SGO has reached out to EA regarding the story, and we will update this article with more info once we receive it. For more FIFA news, be sure to keep checking out the SGO site.

UPDATE (9/4): An EA spokesperson has told SGO that while they believe the game is not actually available for purchase in Spain, they are looking into the issue.

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