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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 probably isn’t going to change your stance on the series. If you’ve enjoyed it in the past, you’ll still enjoy it now, but if its brand of football doesn’t appeal to you, FIFA 20 isn’t going to change your mind. Thankfully, Volta is the perfect foil for that brand of football, and even in spite of a lacklustre story mode component, it’s still a welcome addition. On the other hand, career mode continues to show its age, and once again, I’m left wondering whether next year will be the year EA Sports finally gives it the overhaul it needs.
FIFA 20 certainly has a wide variety of changes to it, but much like MLS expansion team FC Cincinnati, these changes are in need of some more development time and polish - though the product on the pitch is still a real joy to watch.
FIFA 20 is another lateral year for the franchise. In terms of visuals and presentation you’re not going to see huge leaps and bounds. On the gameplay front, you’re going to have a more defensive focused experience that continues to dial up the realism in terms of AI intelligence and physics. In terms of modes, Volta is a pretty big thing for the franchise. It feels like you’re playing an entirely different brand of football in the mode, giving you a reprieve from any of the other core modes.