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FIFA 20 Review

Electronic Arts have released the twenty-seventh series of FIFA 20 on the 27th of September, 2019. Eden Hazard from Real Madrid is the new cover star player for the Regular Edition, however, defender Virgil van Dijk from Liverpool is represented on the cover of the Champions Edition. Later on Juventus and great midfielder, Zinedine Zidane from Real Madrid named the cover star for the Ultimate Edition.

The game includes special feature VOLTA Football for the first time, this newly implemented mode provides a variation on the traditional 11 on gameplay and concentrates on the small-sided street and futsal games. The mode is expected to be focused on the previous FIFA Street series.

FIFA series main focus lies on street football relatively than the traditional matches. The options it entails comes in various shapes of matches like three versus three, four versus four and five versus five matches.

Players moreover have the chance to modify their players by clothing, gender, shoes, tattoos, and hats as well. Subsequent to the achievement of the three-part series in FIFA 19, players can currently have alike storyline mode in VOLTA Football, which would amuse yourself with the player’s individual character.

Traditional eleven versus eleven faced some changes in the mode to promote more one-on-ones plus off-the-ball space creation. VOLTA Football is the one that incorporates 17 locations. Each location is accountable for providing an inimitable experience.

You will also experience a standard warehouse along with a parking lot. The countries where players can also compete are Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Cape Town, Lagos, London, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Miami, New York City, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Rome, and Tokyo.

Alan Smith and Martin Tyler are once again presenting the commentary. The alternate persons are Derek Rae and Lee Dixon meant for all competitions, with Alan McInally providing in-game score updates.