FIFA 2020 is a return to form for EA's blockbuster sports series. It still needs to improve in a few areas - Career mode, in particular - but new additions such as VOLTA and House Rules FUT are title-winning prospects.
This year strategy for FIFA 20 defines what we can call a base game, unfortunately, everything else feels uninspired except for VOLTA. This mode that captures the street nature of the game, has been a pleasant surprise and tons of fun.F
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The beautiful game at its most glorious, and its most grotesque.
Beneath the fireworks and confetti, FIFA 20’s lacking match fitness.
Volta brings new life into the series, but on the whole FIFA 20 is an adequate but underwhelming entry into the series.
It isn't a masterpiece but it's a massive improvement on FIFA 19, with a sprinkling of new features – Volta in particular – that should lay the foundations for the series' future.
The restoration (in all but name) of FIFA Street and long-awaited upgrade to career mode finally make FIFA a game worth exploring beyond Ultimate Team
FIFA 20's finer gameplay moments are overshadowed by the series' overall malaise
The best parts may carry over, but the new flashes make it all worth revisiting
FIFA returns with the Street-like Volta Football, an Ultimate Team battle pass, and--finally--improvements to Career Mode. But is it enough to keep FIFA 20 top of the table?