According to different reports, Electronic Arts have released the official demo for FIFA 14 in Europe.
Playstation Users will however have to wait an extra 12-24 hours for the game to be available.
The demo gives FIFA fans a brief taste of the action ahead of the upcoming release of the popular football simulation title, and allows gamers to play as seven different clubs, including Italian giants AC Milan, defeated Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund, Argentinian outfit Boca Juniors, Spanish champions Barcelona, MLS side NY Red Bulls, 2011/12 Premier League champions Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur which includes Gareth Bale!
Fans who miss seeing the Wales international in the white of Spurs rather than that of Real Madrid can treat themselves to a little slice of nostalgia in the demo, which allows you to play one first half period of football.
The demo is expected to require 1.95GB of hard drive space to download.
FIFA 14 is set to be the most realistic sports simulation games on the market with a variety of new features including new shooting and heading abilities and a brand new physics engine.
FIFA 14 will be released on September 27 in Europe and three days earlier in North America, and will launch on current and next generation consoles including the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.