EA have announced that the free-to-play FIFA World is entering global open beta after a closed beta and limited open beta period.
"By bringing the FIFA franchise to the PC platform as a free-to-play game, we give millions of new fans their chance to experience the authentic FIFA experience, with award-winning gameplay and licensed leagues," said Producer Alex Grimbley. "At the same time, existing FIFA fans now have a new way to enjoy the game they already love, with fresh daily content and the ability to play on almost any PC."
Far from an anemic version in terms of content FIFA World features over 16,000 players and 600 clubs from over 30 officially licensed leagues. It features modes like Season and FIFA Ultimate Team. The game is available in nine languages - English, German, French, Russian, Spanish, Mexican Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Polish and Turkish.
"After four Closed Beta sessions and a limited Open Beta, where we saw over 1.5 million fans register to play, we're very excited to now open the game to football fans from all over the world," said Producer Alex Grimbley. "This is a great opportunity for fans to influence the development of our new game, and the feedback we've gotten so far has been absolutely instrumental in shaping our features and services."
You can register for FIFA World over here.