EA SPORTS FIFA 20 Nintendo Switch Legacy Edition for Nintendo Switch
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EA SPORTS FIFA 20 Nintendo Switch Legacy Edition

Sep 27, 2019
7.83
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Developer: EA Sports
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

EA SPORTS™ FIFA 20 Legacy Edition launches September 27th on Nintendo Switch™ featuring the latest kits, clubs, and squads from some of top leagues around the world. It will also feature some of the world’s most famous stadiums, including some brand new to FIFA 20. Gameplay features and modes will have parity with FIFA 19 on Nintendo Switch.

Gamer Reviews

259 Reviews
9.09

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Critic Reviews

17 Reviews
6.57
Lucas WhiteSep 20, 2019
FIFA 20 feels like it might be a more divisive entry than usual. In altering the physics and game flow so dramatically, the team risks alienating just as many players as it hopes to bring in. That said, everything that makes FIFA what it is remains intact, with the usual attempts at streamlining and bug-wrangling. VOLTA is the big draw, with its community-driven structures and inclusive character creation. While plenty of fans will no doubt immediately jump to their favorite corners of FIFA, this year’s attempt at trying something new feels almost like its own game.
Daniel NewSep 27, 2019
EA’s legacy of support for the Nintendo Switch might not be very impressive but FIFA 20: Legacy Edition plays a good game of football, particularly for portable gamers. If you’re new to the franchise on Switch, it’s recommended. If you own last year’s edition, or another games console, it’s an easy pass.
4.00
Simon CardySep 27, 2019
This year’s sub-par version of FIFA for Switch is almost indistinguishable from last year’s sub-par version of FIFA for Switch, and embodies every bad thing you’ve heard about sports games recycling their content year after year almost to the level of parody. The lack of additions to FIFA 20 Legacy Edition outside of its new, more honest name, and its refusal to innovate either on or off the pitch are disappointing, even borderline insulting. This is surely not the legacy EA had in mind.