EA Sports has been pretty good at freshening up the FIFA series with alternative game modes separate from the action on the pitch. Much like real football, FIFA 20 has become – in the most literal sense – a game of two halves. While year after year EA attempts to bolster its overall package with additions such as five-a-side Volta mode, for many FIFA 20 Ultimate Team is the sole reason to pick up each new edition.
This includes the story-based Journey modes in FIFA 17, FIFA 18 and FIFA 19, not to mention Champions League and Europa League cup competitions, women’s football and House Rules party games.
- Early cynicisms regarding Volta prove unfounded – five-a-side is fabulous fun
- Subtle tweaks to Ultimate Team serve longstanding fans and noobs alike
- The traditional wealth of teams and kits – with the Romanian league added this year
In the meantime, FIFA 20 has more than enough meat on the bone to keep fans entertained until next year.
FIFA 20 is out now on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.
FIFA 20 Full Specifications
|Release date||27th September 2019|
|Platform||PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch|
|Age Rating (PEGI)||3+|
|Enhanced for PS4 Pro/ Xbox One X||Yes|
|Developer||EA Vancouver, EA Romania|