When a new FIFA edition is about to come out we are always eager to know what will change and be improved. So, after The Adventure: Champions, discover what the last chapter offers us.

New Year, the new edition of FIFA! And as always, the launch of the latest opus arouses a lot of fervor among fans of the franchise.

Although FIFA 19 was released in late 2018, there are already many rumors about the 2020 component.

The 2019 edition of E3 took place from June 11 to 13 in Los Angeles. During this conference, we learned a lot about the long-awaited FIFA 2020.

When will FIFA 20 be released?

Just before the start of the E3 in Los Angeles, EA Sport confirmed that the kickoff of FIFA 20, it will be whistled on September 27, 2019.

Note that it is already available for pre-order on the site of Playstation and Fnac.

On which platforms will FIFA 20 be available?

FIFA 20 will be available on all the usual gaming platforms, PS4, Xbox One and PC, in addition to a possible lighter version for the Switch. Apart from that, we are not sure that it will be compatible with older consoles, Xbox 360 and PS3.

How much will FIFA 20 cost?

All FIFA 20 editions are already available for pre-order on the official EA Games! Here are their details:

FIFA 20 Standard Edition is at 69.99 €, this price includes:

  • Up to 3 rare gold packs (1 per week over 3 weeks)
  • Choice of 1 of the 5 elements Icons (intermediate version) for 5 matches FUT
  • FUT jerseys in a special edition

FIFA 20 E-edition Champion is € 89.99, this price includes:

  • 3 days of preview access (play from September 24th)
  • Up to 12 rare gold packs (1 per week over 12 weeks)
  • Choice of 1 of the 5 elements Icons (intermediate version) for 5 matches FUT
  • FUT jerseys in a special edition

FIFA 20 E-edition Ultimate is 99.99 € this price includes:

  • 3 days of preview access (from September 24th)
  • Up to 24 rare gold packs (2 per week over 12 weeks)
  • Choice of 1 of the 5 elements Icons (intermediate version) for 5 matches FUT
  • FUT jerseys in the special edition

What will FIFA 20 look like?

Bad news has just fallen for the fans of the Old Lady… FIFA 20 has lost its license for Juventus Turin, the Italian club will be renamed Piemonte Calcio in September.

It’s still too early to tell, but as you know, FIFA 19 is the third and last chapter of Adventure: Champions, a solo show of Alex Hunter’s career from his childhood to his consecration.

The adventure: Champions was a rather difficult opus, however, the use of the Frostbite game engine was able to bring him very good features, a better realism, and graphic rendering.

For Football Manager fans, how about a manager experience on this new FIFA opus?

Indeed, some rumors evoke a possible duality between player and manager. It will, therefore, be possible to play the game or manage a team, as well as the salary of your players through an improved career mode.

Good news for fans of street football, EA Games announces on its official website that the other important evolution brought to FIFA 20 is the integration of the game mode Volta, the new version of FIFA Street.FIFA Street

This career mode promises to be captivating and full of surprises, including the complete customization of your players (gender, dress style, hairstyles, tattoos …) and new playgrounds around the world.

Indeed, the franchise said, “Whether it’s an underground passage in Amsterdam, a neighborhood cage in London or a roof in Tokyo, discover a new facet of The World’s Game with VOLTA Football “.

There will also be several team-building options, from 3 vs. 3 to 4 vs. 4, 5 vs. 5, and the combination of a professional futsal. With Volta Football, FIFA 2020 promises to be intense!

It also seems that to bring even more precision to the game, the developers decide to improve the weather on FIFA 20.

These weather changes will offer more dynamics and a better adaptation to the different tactics of the game, as well as on a real soccer field.

One of the biggest novelties of FIFA 2020 could be how to buy the game. Indeed, as for the Madden franchise, FIFA would like to present a subscription-based edition. Its full version, it will have to be downloaded as a patch the day of its release.

Today, players tend to favor downloading when buying in-store games, so it makes sense and wise for FIFA to take this into consideration.

This would be an important step that would allow the video game industry to launch a live online service every day of the year, as stated by Andrew Wilson, CEO of EA in 2017.

These are just suppositions, in our opinion; nothing beats a physical copy of your games.

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