FIFA 20 (Xbox One)
This game represents authentic culture, creativity, and style, combined with all your favorite football elements. As always, FIFA 20 presents the collection of best football players from across the globe. This version comes with an abundance of new options and features. Authentic game flow enables AI-controlled players to perform better in regards to time, spatial awareness, and position on the pitch.
FIFA 20 has implemented a new Ball Physics System that makes the whole gameplay much more realistic. Some of the benefits include improved shot trajectories, realistic tackles, and physics-driven player behavior. There’s also a new VOLTA football mode that allows users to build teams, pick suitable gear, and express their playing style on the streets.
What makes this edition particularly interesting is the fact that users will be able to choose between various street football fields from across the globe. This provides them with an outstanding cultural experience and exchange. You might even find your local football field in this game, who knows?
When it comes to playing options, users can choose between 3v3 Rush (No GK’s), 4v4, 4v4 Rush, 5v5, and Profesional Futsal. Moreover, FIFA 20 allows players to select different arena sizes. Not only that, but they can choose whether they’d like to play in open or closed environments.
If players want extra FIFA points, they can purchase them directly on FIFA’s website, as per usual. They can choose between 100, 250, 500, 750, 1050, 2200, 4600, and 12000 FIFA point add-ons.
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