Summary: FIFA 20 introduces a brand-new futsol mode you never knew you wanted, and slight tweaks everywhere else help keep this year's game feature-complete, even if it's light on huge changes. If you've been a fan in year's past, this is an inoffensive sequel.
New Futsal Mode
A new way to play that you didn't know you'd love.
FUT Expands Further
You can always count on EA to improve Ultimate Team annually.
Minor Improvements on the Pitch
Gameplay isn't a heck of a lot different from last year's.
Top Critic Average
FIFA 20 is not an overhaul for the series, but combines its top tier core gameplay with some neat additions such as the fun Volta game mode.
FIFA 20 is the most stylish entry yet in this annual sports series, full of content and with a refreshing new campaign thanks to the return of the Street Soccer with VOLTA.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
FIFA has never been better, at least on the pitch. Volta is fun in small doses, but those looking to play something other than Ultimate Team will be inevitably disappointed in the lack of variation in offline modes. Those who are in it for the thrill of opening a pack and getting a star player, or who simply love collecting cards and playing football matches with their new additions will find a lot to love, at least until next season when it all begins again.
With unsurprisingly shady surprise mechanics and little to no significant movement on the pitch, FIFA 20 is a stopgap entry that only has Volta to boast about.
FIFA 20 seems to have gone to a full halt this season besides some small additions like volta or some new FUT features and also manages to add a lot of bugs and technical issues to the game despite missing changes in career mode and the other offline modes.
Review in German | Read full review
FIFA 20 remains the top choice for quick, arcade fun, especially with Volta, but it fails in simulating a decent game of football on the pitch.
As with all FIFA titles, you can literally to continue to play FIFA 20 right up to the day “21” is released. With the addition of Volta is does give the game a fresh feel to the FIFA series. Is it enough to make you purchase this if you already are invested into the previous iteration…only time will tell. Overall its another solid football game and if you are a fan of the games, then no doubt this is already on your to-buy list. FIFA 20 receives the Thumb Culture Gold Award
FIFA 20 is bringing nothing new except Volta mode, which is really fun to play. Also FUT is still a P2W mess.
Review in Turkish | Read full review
It truly is the only football game you need.
FIFA 20 does enough to deliver a strong footballing experience, but not all the changes hit the mark