FIFA 20 has not dynamically had a host of changes to the gameplay, it’s actually very similar to what we got in 19. The huge difference, however, is the subtle changes that have been addressed to some major extent in 20.
Overall, FIFA 20 is a complete paradox; It's the game it should be and we were expecting to be, a game that still needs work when it comes to its core gameplay elements but at the same time is fun and entertaining. Adding Volta (FIFA Street) to the game is the best new feature FIFA 20 has to offer, but still the game suffers from many issues that are irritating for the players.
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FIFA 20 is, once again, an enjoyable football simulation, rejuvenated by the Volta mode and the improved controls. However, none of the changes are major and the core of the game is exactly the same as last year, which doesn't cut it in face of the competition.
Review in Czech | Read full review
It's not enough to make it a great FIFA but its just enough so that everyone has a reason to come back to it.
Review in Greek | Read full review
Fifa 20 has all the parts to make for a competent, impressive footballing title this year. I played Pro Evo last month and was pleasantly surprised by the fluidity and realistic football on display in that title and wondered whether Fifa could compete on the pitch. In a way it does, at least for a little while. Matches are genuinely balanced with a good use of physics and improved animations, but various glitches and bugs hold this game back from ascending to the level it should hit. The career mode is almost entirely unplayable if you want a realistic experience and unless you're prepared to put some serious time into Ultimate Team, Volta's short story mode may not be enough to keep you coming back for more.
VOLTA Football breathes some fresh life into the FIFA franchise, and while we have our suspicions that EA Sports was considering making it a standalone game, the fact it’s included and at the forefront of the menu screen means they decided it was better to include it in the overall FIFA 20 package and this only means good things for soccer fans.
FIFA 20 does enough to improve FIFA’s overall outlook and bring some players back who were driven away by boredom, but it would be unjustified to call it one of the series’ very best installments.
For fun and realistic gameplay, FIFA 20 can't be beat, though the specter of card packs looms large over the game's Ultimate Team mode.
FIFA 20 with all-new authentic street football is slightly different, still fun and enjoyable.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
It has the one thing I've been waiting for years.
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