If you want to get an early look at what EA has in store for FIFA 20, the game's demo is now available to check out on Xbox One. You can grab the demo for free now at the Microsoft Store.
As with any EA Sports demo, you won't be able to check out the full game here. Rather, it's just a taste of some of the gameplay and players that the game will ship with on its September 27 release date. From the demo's description:
Powered by Frostbite, EA SPORTS FIFA 20 for Xbox One brings two sides of The World's Game to life - the prestige of the professional stage and an all-new authentic street football experience in EA SPORTS VOLTA FOOTBALL. FIFA 20 innovates across the game, FOOTBALL INTELLIGENCE unlocks an unprecedented platform for gameplay realism, FIFA Ultimate Team offers more ways to build your dream squad, and EA SPORTS VOLTA FOOTBALL returns the game to the street, with an authentic form of small-sided football.
FIFA 20 will ship with two ways to check out the soccer simulation that is the series' meat and potatoes. You'll be able to jump into the usual professional experience, but you'll also be able to take part in street soccer as part of what EA is calling EA Sports VOLTA. In VOLTA, you can build your own player and take part in street soccer in across various locales around the world.
FIFA 20 is expected to launch on September 24, and it's available to preorder now for $50.
Hit the turf
The EA Sports FIFA series is back for 2020, and this year it brings street soccer to the table alongside the usual professional mode.
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