Back On The Street

There are not many football games in the market that can rival the FIFA franchise. With the first FIFA game released in 1993, it has come a long way since the days of Sega Mega Drive. The latest FIFA 20 will be released on 27 September on and there are two key gameplay elements we look forward most.

Street football returns to the FIFA series as Volta Football. Various match types are available including Rush mode without goalkeepers in 3v3 and 4v4, street mode with goalkeepers in 4v4 and 5v5, and the Futsal 5-a-side experience with more authentic rules, referees and structured type of play. Each of these come with different circumstances and specific rule combinations. The variety doesn’t just apply on the match types but also the environments. Gamers can select having walls or not in street stadiums and the pitch size. There’s also the Volta Shop which offers plenty elements to put together the footballers’ look.

The Career Mode on FIFA 20 comes with a number of brand new features such as offering the option to play a female manager for the very first time, and of course there’s a wider range of customisations on body built, skin colour, hairstyle and clothing. To properly build the career of a manager, Press Conferences, Player Conversations and more are added to enrich the story lines based on the team’s performance. The Central Menu authentically reflecting the branding of Premier League, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, LaLiga Santander and MLS definitely is a bonus in turning the gameplay more appealing.

FIFA 20 will be available on Xbox One, PlayStation4 and PC. Owners of the Ultimate and Champions editions can start gaming three days ahead on 24 September.