FIFA 20 promises to implement more gameplay changes

  • It should come as no surprise that FIFA 20 is the next instalment in the FIFA series. If it was anything else, there'd be an absolute uproar because FIFA has been a staple footballing series for almost 25 years. It's come a long way in that time and FIFA 20 promises to implement more gameplay changes and features that will make it the ultimate football simulator. In theory, anyway.

    “From an underpass in Amsterdam, to a neighborhood cage in London, or a Tokyo rooftop, experience a new side of The World’s Game with VOLTA Football,” EA said on the game’s official website.Player customizations abound, with shirts, boots, shorts, sweaters, and other vanity items. The site says items may be unlocked as players move through in-game challenges.

    As ever, EA are looking at improving its on-pitch action in FIFA 20 in a slew of updates with new technology and fan feedback. One of the major changes is improvement to manual defending, better rewarding players for taking on attackers without relying on AI defenders to do the work for you. There will also be less focus on pace, with strong defenders such as Virgil van Dijk able to use their strength more effectively against speedy attackers. Best and Cheapest FUT 20 Comfort Trade For Sale - Mmocs.com.

    There will be the usual tweaks all over the pitch too, from improved ‘football intelligence’, goalkeepers tweaked to be less effective in one on one situations and an improvement to timed finishing.Passing is being adjusted, with simple ground passes becoming more accurate, but long passes and volleyed cross-field balls becoming more difficult and less predictable. There will also be ‘dinked’ passes to chip balls over the outstretched legs of a defender.Free-kicks and penalties have also been adjusted to be more accessible.Will we have a hands-on preview of FIFA 20’s changes from E3 2019 soon.

    FIFA 20 arrives September 27th on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. A spokesperson for EA Sports told Engadget there's also going to be a version for the Nintendo Switch, though Volta likely won't be available on it since it was built on the Frostbite engine -- similar to The Journey in years past.