When is FIFA 20 out? Release date, ‘Volta’ career mode, trailer and everything else we know

When is FIFA 20 out? Release date, ‘Volta’ career mode, trailer and everything else we know

E3 is slowly getting underway, and gaming fans are gearing up for big announcement of new games.But EA Games – the publishers behind the world famous FIFA series of football games – fut 20 coins got in early with their EA Play live stream on 8 June, ahead of gaming’s biggest expo.

One of the biggest announcements to come out of EA Play was the reveal of FIFA 20, the next yearly update to the sporting franchise.

New modes, features and gameplay tweaks are coming to the game. Here’s everything you need to know:FIFA 20 is the next instalment in the FIFA series of football games, often considered the definitive virtual recreation of the sport.

Aiming to present the beautiful game as realistically as possible, the FIFA games feature fully licensed teams, players, stadiums… everything down to the kits.

By this point, FIFA’s presentation and footballing gameplay are pretty solid, with new games in the series being released yearly since 1993.

But each new game adds a few features and tightens up the core gameplay a little.Fans of the FIFA Street games will be happy to see new mode, Volta Football.

Those games took the FIFA footballing formula and boiled it down to five-a-side games of futsal, the fast-paced, finesse heavy variant of soccer played on hard courts with a smaller ball.

FIFA 20’s Volta mode will do the same, and replaces FIFA’s story-driven career mode, The Journey.Last year’s FIFA 19 introduced the ‘House Rules’ option, which allowed players to toggle interesting rule sets like turning off cards for a more aggressive game, or removing players from the field when goals were scored.

Volta will incorporate that idea in this year’s game, and you’ll be able to play 3-on-3 and 4-on-4 matches with no keepers, 4-on-4 and 5-on-5 with keepers, and professional futsal.

Volta itself will be split into two modes, ‘Kick Off’ and ‘World’. The former will let you use real-world players in mini versions of their teams, and the latter has you create a single player at the start.Want to buy FIFA Coins from www.fifacoinsbuy.com

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