EA Sports announced that FIFA 16 would be getting a demo some time last month, and now today it’s finally here. As you can expect from a demo, there’s limited functionality, but there’s enough there to give you a good taste of the game before it launches on September 22.
In the demo there’s one very important addition, however. Players can for the first time in FIFA video game history, take control of a women’s football team, specifically two of 12 women’s national teams, either USA or Germany.
In addition to the women’s teams, players can also test out the new FUT Draft feature, Trainer modes, and play as 10 other clubs: professional clubs: Barcelona, Chelsea, Borussia Dortmund, Borussia Mönchengladbach, Inter Milan, Manchester City, PSG, Real Madrid, Club Atlético River Plate and the Seattle Sounders.
The demo is looking to take around 5GB of space, so make sure you have enough.