- Jan 12, 2014
Not really, you have to contact the support for them to do it. Except they won't do it because it is specified that it is only for one machine (and it's here for a reason). If you buy the game you agreed to this, so you're screwed.
(and I don't pirate FIFA, I have a self esteem)
This is why I said to also be able to manually deactivate.Wait for all the people who wiped their drives when changing any part of their PC without uninstalling their games. And they shouldn’t be expected to do so, EA gonna EA. Must really hurt seeing Ubisoft releasing hit after hit and BioWare being thrash tier studio now.
EA has had machine activation limits since 2008, you could manage your activations yourself via https://activate.ea.com/deauthorize/
Unless someone has hard proof now suddenly 1 activation is all you get for life, with no deactivations, this isn't anything new and they've been doing it for 13 years.