FIFA 20 Companion App is set to launch soon, with the release date and start time for the Play Store and App Store download fast approaching.
FUT Ultimate Team fans are waiting for the FUT 20 Companion App to launch on iOS and Android following the big Web App release yesterday.
The FIFA 20 Web App launched around 6pm UK time on Wednesday September 18 with the Companion App release expected to follow shortly afterwards.
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However, at the time of writing, over 12 hours after the FIFA 20 Web App was released the FUT 20 Companion App is still yet to launch.
Even the FIFA 19 Companion App is yet to receive an update on the Play Store and App Store.
If you haven’t downloaded the FUT 19 Companion App, then it would be a good idea to do that now.
In the past the previous FIFA Companion App builds received an update to upgrade to the next version before the app got a standalone app store listing.
A release date and start time for the FIFA 20 Companion App has not been revealed yet.
But fans will be hoping it arrives today or at the very latest tomorrow.
Express.co.uk will keep you posted about the FIFA 20 Companion App release date and start time as and when more details emerge.
In the meantime fans need to be aware that, for the time being, any search for the FIFA 20 Companion on app stores will not bring up the official app.
On the Apple App Store one app bearing the FUT 20 name was down voted by those that installed it and blasted as a “fake game”.
One user posted: “Loads of adverts and every time you try and create a card it resets itself”.
While another posted: “This is a fake game. Do not buy”.
It’s a big week for FIFA 20 fans, with the FIFA 20 Web App launching, the first Team of the Week squad released, and early access beginning.
Today EA Access and Origin Access Premier members will be able to FIFA 20 ahead of its big release date next week.
FIFA 20 is due to launch on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PCs on Friday September 27.
• Stay tuned to Express.co.uk for more FIFA 20 news
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