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Developer: EA Sports
Content Rating: Everyone
The next installment of a series of football games from EA Sports studio. In the game we direct faithfully reproduced real teams and players, playing against artificial intelligence or other players.
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FIFA 20 revives the old Street series with a new mode featuring futsal and outdoor soccer, but it's the core gameplay that shines brightest this year, bringing down the pace in a way that feels nuanced and enjoyable. With additional updates to Career Mode and FIFA Ultimate Team, this year's version is easy to recommend to lapsed fans and newcomers alike.
Customization to modes like Volta, career mode and Pro Clubs is a step in the right direction, but FIFA 20 does little to flesh out features like press conferences and make them have more of a real impact. Players will quickly realize how similar the interface is to FIFA 19 in several modes and will be yearning for the franchise to receive a complete overhaul. With Sony and Microsoft preparing for next-generation consoles, players can only hope that the FIFA franchise also decides to evolve and significantly revamps the single-player experience next year.
FIFA 20 marks the return of one of gaming’s most iconic franchises. Features like Volta Football and the implementation of house rules in FUT provide exciting new ways to play. FIFA Ultimate Team still feels predatory, and the attempts to make the loot box system more transparent just showcases its faults. At the end of the day, the gameplay in FIFA is still top notch. Dribbling, passing, shooting, and defending all feel smooth as ever. While FIFA 20 is bogged down by the same issues that have plagued it for years, it does enough to set itself apart as a worthy installment.