At EA Play 2019, EA Sports gave fans a lot more info on this year’s football title, FIFA 20.
FIFA 20 will add a Volta football mode, taking football back to the streets in multiple destinations. Players can play as male or female players, and both will be able to play against each other in the same match.
Aside from Volta, we’ll be getting some more news in the run-up to release on 27th September. Career mode details are coming soon, but Ultimate Team fans will have to wait until August for more information about what’s coming to the game’s flagship mode – and main cash cow.
We also now have our first details on what’s different on the pitch in this year’s game.
“Football Intelligence” is the buzzword this time around, and it factors into on-the-ball, off-the-ball and the ball itself.
This equates to smarter attacking players, more reliable tackling and even a new ball physics system.
Work has been done on finishing, too – something the community has been begging for in FIFA 19.
WANT MORE EA PLAY NEWS?
Electronic Arts has got plenty more to reveal today.
They kicked things off with a deep dive into Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order – check out our impressions piece here.
They then jumped into Apex Legends Season 2 revealing lots of Season 2 info and the new legend, Wattson.
Battlefield V was next with more announcements than I care to list. Needless to say, fans will be *chef kiss* happy
We’re about to look at FIFA 20 and the new FIFA Street mode, Volta. Soon we’ll take a look at Madden NFL 20.
We might see a few smaller reveals in between, for games like NBA Live and NHL 20, but these aren’t confirmed or guaranteed to happen.
EA Play will supposedly finish on some big new news for The Sims 4, but to be honest we wouldn’t be surprised to see a few more games pop up throughout the show.
Hopefully something on Command and Conquer Remastered and finally plenty of indie games like Sea of Solitude, please.
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