FIFA 2020 – the new FIFA is coming out

Currently, it is the mid of the month of August and we are almost a month away from the new FIFA game. As the date of release gets closer and closer, the dropping of news about the game has become rapid. We have seen the revels about the cover stars of the new FIFA game, new icons which are going to be introduced in the new FIFA game and some new tweaks in the gameplay of the game and in Ultimate team. But every FIFA enthusiasts is waiting for the GAMESCON which is going to be held in August. EA normally reveals details about the career mode and the ultimate team in the GAMESCON.

Release Date:

How much each of the FIFA editions will cost?

For years EA has maintained its consistency regarding its release dates and this year again EA has maintained their tradition of releasing FIFA on the last Friday of September with the expectation of early access. On 27 September, 2019, EA has announced the release of FIFA 20.

The standard edition has Eden Hazard as a cover star. The standard edition will cost 54.99£ on PC and 59.99£ on PS4 and XBOX One. By pre-ordering the standard edition, you will receive up to three FIFA 20 Ultimate Team rare gold packs (one per week for three weeks), choose one of five mid-version ICON items for five FUT matches and special Edition FUT Kits.

The champion’s edition has Virgil Van Dijk, the UEFA champion’s league winner as a cover star. The champion’s edition will cost £69.99 on PC and £79.99 on PS4 and Xbox One, and it will get you up to 12 FIFA 20 Ultimate Team rare gold packs (one per week for 12 weeks) as well as the three days early access.

The ultimate edition has Zinedine Zidane as a cover star. The ultimate edition will cost £79.99 on PC and £89.99 on PS4 and Xbox One. It comes with an untradeable FUT 20 Ones to watch player item and up to 24 FIFA 20 Ultimate Team rare gold packs (two per week for 12 weeks).

Early Access:

The Release date only applies to the Standard Edition, however. Both the Champions & Ultimate Editions of the game are available three days earlier on September 24. Those who sign up to EA Access get eight hours of gameplay around one week before the game comes out, and this year that will be eight days early from September 19.

Demo release date:

The demo has always been intended to be released only two weeks before the actual release date. So, it is expected that the demo will be released on the 12th September.

Volta Football:

The biggest change in this year’s FIFA is the new Volta football. FIFA fans have been asking for a street mode or a separate FIFA street game since 2014. Well, the prayers have been answered. FIFA 20 will include street mode or FUTSAL mode. Volta, meaning ‘tempo’ in Italian, takes FIFA back to the streets, with the mode enabling games to play 3v3, 4v4 and 5v5 matches, with or without goalkeepers. Expect all the skill, close control and use of the walls of the cage, with even a futsal arena a venue option. The new strafe dribbling mechanic is a key feature for both Volta and out on the grass pitch, so you will have plenty of fun skinning defenders. You can create your own male or female character, suggesting that Volta may be replacing the Journey, as you star out on the streets and look to make it in the professional game. You can choose what your player wears, whether it be ripped jeans or proper gear, with a range of locations including a London cage, Amsterdam underpass, and Tokyo rooftop.

Some Key changes in FIFA 20:

  • Losing Juventus and Manchester United.
  • Strafe dribbling
  • Timed finishing