FIFA 20 Release Date Confirmed, Full Reveal at EA Play
You'll be able to kick a ball in a video game again on September 27.
If you’ve been eager to play the next installment of EA’s most popular sports franchise, you won’t have to wait much longer. Ahead of its full reveal on the EA Play stream tomorrow, it was announced FIFA 20 will be coming to your favorite platforms on September 27.
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This reveal was made via Twitter with a very brief teaser. “You think it’s a dream, but out here, we make it happen,” states the narrator as we’re shown footage of people playing soccer on anything but a pitch. Whether this is a tease for a new game mode or the game’s continuation of The Journey story mode is still unknown.
Although the full reveal for FIFA 20 will be during the EA Play stream, a recent blog post has been put together to give us details about the upcoming game. After taking feedback from the community, the development team has come up with a list of priorities they will be targeting for the next iteration. This includes improvements to A.I. defending, 1v1 shooting consistency, timed finishing, volley crossing and shooting, chained skill moves, set-piece positioning, manual goalkeeper movement, passing, and player switching. You can check out the full list of details here.
The teaser only mentions PS4 as a platform. While it is not yet confirmed, we can probably expect FIFA 20 to also come to Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and its Origin storefront for PC. If you just cannot wait, you can pick up FIFA 19 right now for the aforementioned platforms.
This is just one of the few titles EA will be flaunting during E3 weekend. With the full streaming schedule announced, we can expect to see Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Apex Legends, Battlefield V, Madden NFL 20, and The Sims 4.