FIFA 2020 Fully Unveiled At EA Play

FIFA 2020 Fully Unveiled At EA Play

EA Access holders will get to play FIFA 2020 one week earlier than everyone else this September.

Following its previous teaser and release date reveal, EA fully unveiled FIFA 2020 today, on the EA Play 2019 stream.

FIFA 2020 has multiple changes to gameplay compared to the previous entry. The game flow has been reworked in a way which makes one-on-ones much more frequent. This will make decision making from the players crucial. EA detailed everything on the official site. Gameplay should be published soon as well.

Long gone are the days when the FIFA series was at odds with Pro Evolution Soccer, or Winning Eleven if you’re a weeb. Seems it’ll keep being that way this year. EA isn’t taking its leading position for granted either and has kept player’s feedback in mind when developing FIFA 2020.

FIFA 2020 will follow the traditional end-of-the-year release pattern for the series and most sports game IPs. It’ll launch on September 27 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Meanwhile, FIFA 2020 Legacy Edition will release the same day on Nintendo Switch. How different it is wasn’t detailed yet.

EA also announced the game will be available three days earlier, on September 24, for those who preorder the Ultimate Edition or the Champion Edition. It’ll be available one week earlier, on September 20, for holders of an EA Access, which is coming to PS4.