It lets players sample the title’s new Volta street football mode with a match of 3v3 Rush (no goalkeepers and with small goals) in an Amsterdam underpass.
The demo also lets users play as Liverpool, Chelsea, Borussia Dortmund, PSG, Real Madrid and Tottenham in a Champions League group stage match at Santiago Bernabéu, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium or Stamford Bridge.
The in-game ratings for the top 100 FIFA 20 players were revealed on Monday, with Lionel Messi taking the top spot (94/100 overall rating) ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo (93) and Neymar (92).
EA Access and Origin Access members will be the first to be able to play FIFA 20 though, with an exclusive trial kicking off on September 19.
In August, VGC revealed that David Rutter, who led the FIFA franchise for over a decade, has relocated to Sweden to oversee DICE, Criterion and Ghost Games as group general manager of EA Studios Europe.