FIFA 20 Review: Going Back To The Streets
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FIFA 20 is the new part of the famous EA FIFA series. Immerse yourself in football matches, tournament competitions, national teams championships, or build a football manager's career. FIFA 20 official release date is September 27th, 2019.
Obviously, FIFA 20 has a lot of in common with its predecessors, so it provides the best gaming experience both technically and visually. The developers promise improved physics of flight and ball bounces, a new dribbling system and an improvement in the one-on-one aspect of the game for both the attacking and defending teams. We'll also get the Natural Player Motion and Decisive Moments options as well as improved artificial intelligence.
The beta game testers also note that graphic fulfillment hasn't changed that much. EA Sports still keep a great quality of textures and detalization, so you can feel the whole football atmosphere and become a part of the whole thing.
The new FIFA 20 game isn't out yet, but there are a lot of comments and feedback by those who have already tried the game in the beta test mode. According to them, the main feature of the new game is the Volta mode option. Volta is a street football mode. FIFA lovers waited for this mode a few years ago.
Take a quick look at the new FIFA 20 gameplay key options:
First: Create and customize your own character.
The customazation process includes the creation of your character appearance, choosing clothes, boots, accessories, and more. Also, you can go through a separate career of your character, based on a separate storyline, the purpose of which is to get to the World Street Football Championship in Brazil.
Second: The VOLTA League. This is an analog of the Ultimate Team mode.
Third: Quick match. The familiar mode for everyone, here you can just play with your friends, but it won't give you any experience points. A great way to boost up your skills!
The FIFA 20 full game provides National Championship, World tournament, and single matches. Network mode will allow you to compete online. Since 2018, EA Sports keeps their rights on using UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europe League and UEFA Super Cup in the game. Players can control a whole team of players or one specific one throughout the match.
FIFA 20 is coming out or PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Windows, so the controls still depend on the version, you will play. However, considering the previous FIFAs, there's no doubt that the controlling system of the game will be as sensitive as its forerunners, or even better.
Replay Value: 5
The new Volta mode seems that EA fulfilled this fan's dream at the highest level. Volta mode may claim to be the best innovation in the series in the last ten years, and one of the main reasons why you would come back for the new FIFA 20 game again and again. EA Sports keep providing their dedicated admirers with quality products, and FIFA 20 isn't an exception.
The Bottom Line
FIFA 20 is the next part of an endless football simulator, updated with a bunch of new modes and playing options including a long-waited Volta mode. Can this game become the best of all FIFA series? You never know unless you try it yourself. Pre-order FIFA 20 and see the brand new features of the football simulator soon.
Considering this FIFA 20 review, we're sure that EA Sports will prove their total devotion and love for what they do once again. No doubt that the new game is going to be an amazing experience for all football and FIFA fans out there.
Pros : High-quality visual fulfillment;
Updated technical characteristics;
New Volta mode;
Impressive performance on any kind of playing platform.
Cons : Wasn't released yet!
Replay Value 5.0