Football fans, rejoice! The EA Sports FC 24 launch is fast approaching (alongside the EA FC 24 Web App) and we'll soon see how the franchise holds up now that it's no longer officially connected to FIFA. If you're very keen to play, you'll want to know what the EA FC 24 price is.


We've got you covered. In this guide, we'll let you in on how much you should expect to pay to play EA FC 24 across all available platforms and versions – including the Ultimate Edition, which comes with a week's worth of early access!

Keep on reading to find out how much EA FC 24 costs, where to buy the Ultimate Edition and what the differences are between the standard version and Ultimate Edition.

How much is the EA FC 24 price?

For past releases of FIFA, there have been a few different editions, but for EA FC 24, there's only two - the Standard and Ultimate Edition.

The Standard Edition will cost £69.99 (RRP) on the PS5, Xbox Series, PC, PS4 and Xbox One. It will only cost £59.99 (RRP) on the Nintendo Switch.

You may find the game cheaper, and if you want a physical copy you can head on over to stores including GAME and Amazon to buy them.

However, the Ultimate Edition costs £99.99 on all platforms it drops on, except on the Switch - where it doesn't seem to be releasing at all.

You can pick up the Ultimate Edition by heading to the digital storefront of the console of your choice.

What’s the difference between EA FC 24 versions?

As you've no doubt guessed, the Ultimate Edition comes with a lot more goodies than the standard.

With both of them, you'll get the base game (of course), along with dual entitlement, the cover star item for 10 Ultimate Team matches, loan player item for five matches, a One Clubs PlayStyles slot, additional Player Career personality points and a five-star coach for hire in Career Mode.

However, in the Ultimate Edition, you'll also get the following:

  • Nike x EA Sports FC Ultimate Team Kit
  • Player Item for Team of the Week 1, in Ultimate Team
  • The Nike Ultimate Team Campaign Loan Player item for 24 matches
  • 4600 FC Points
  • Access to Nike Ultimate Team Campaign

It's pretty cool, but we'll leave it up to you to decide if it's worth the extra 30 quid!

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