1Fifa 20: the beautiful game that’s looking exactly the same…
The Fifa franchise is the sixth best-selling game series of all time with 260 million copies sold. Fifa 19 sold over four million copies in its first week of release.
Those types of numbers put the transfer prices for the likes of Neymar and Pogba to shame. For over 20 years, the Fifa series has gone strong, and in recent years EA has always aimed to include a new feature in each release. Whether it’s a gameplay feature like first touch control, the revolutionary Ultimate Team Mode, or even The Journey, EA seemingly always tries to bring something new to the table.
Fifa 20 looks to be no different, with the inclusion of VOLTA football. Fifa is returning to the streets, but quite honestly, that’s not enough. For years now the franchise has felt stale, and it’s time for a change. It’s high time Fifa goes for something new, like a team facing relegation who hire an exciting new young manager to turn their fortunes around.
Click on through to see the 10 changes we want to see in Fifa 20; the actual changes Fifa fans have been crying out for.