Where to start with the latest edition to the franchise that is EA’s FIFA 20... Well for starters, I can categorically say that it’s definitely better than FIFA 19 in so many ways already. FIFA 20 may just be the much needed comeback for EA after the past three editions have not gone down well at all by most of the community. It’s safe to say that EA had plenty of issues carried over from FIFA 19 that had to be solved for 20 – especially with PES 2020 making somewhat of a claim to the football simulating throne this year. EA has given a host of overall changes to FIFA 20, but there are still those few niggles here and there that could be fixed with the usual patches in the near future.
FIFA has primarily become an online platform now since the introduction of Ultimate Team, but what made FIFA’s of the past great was undoubtedly Career Mode, and fans have been crying out for huge changes to it. The question is, did EA really make huge changes to career mode for 20? Well it’s both a “Yes” and “No”. The new changes to Career Mode, such as customising your manager and facing the media, make it more personal, but it still lacks the gameplay-to-personal influence that PES gets right in Master League. However, it is a step in the right direction towards the mode that was the launching pad to the success of Ultimate Team. Though I am still sad that no meaningful gameplay changes were made to Career Mode that give you more significant influence over the growth of your players to what you want them to be – as it should be in my opinion.
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PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
27 September 2019
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