FIFA 20 new features
EA Sports game developers are always working on ways to improve their product, so we can expect some new features in FIFA 20. In May, the gameplay team issued an update to gamers revealing what they had been working on to improve in the next iteration of the game.
Among the areas singled out for improvement is A.I. Defending , fifa 20 ultimate team coins which will see renewed defending systems and include the new 'planned tackling' feature in order to remove the frustration of being let down by the computer. One-on-one scenarios will also be given an update in order to create more consistency, which essentially means improved finishing and what EA developers have described as "less 'superhuman' reactions" from goalkeepers.
There will also be changes to passing , particularly when it comes to accuracy, with likelihood of passing success dependent on body position, pressure situation and so on. As part of the gameplay improvements to passing, players will now be able to deploy 'dinked passes' and a 'driven pass-and-go' will be available too.
As we wait for more updates, we've taken a look at other potential new feature updates below.
The new Volta gameplay is essentially FIFA Street mode, enabling players to play 3v3 Rush (with no goalkeepers), 4v4, 4v4 Rush, 5v5 and Professional Futsal.
Players can compete in different sizes of arenas and environments, some without walls, including urban settings like underpasses in Amsterdam and rooftops in Tokyo.
You can customise the appearance of your avatars and change the clothing, hair and tattoos.
EA has confirmed that Volta Football mode will only be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game. The Nintendo Switch version of FIFA 20 is described as a 'Legacy Edition' (the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of FIFA 19 were Legacy Editions).want know more fut coins news Read More