Lionel Messi Barcelona FIFA 20
Lionel Messi Barcelona

FIFA 20 was announced a couple of weeks earlier and the much-awaited game will release on the 24th of September, 2019 but is already up for pre-order.

The FIFA 20 Ultimate Edition is available for pre-order which has an added advantage of a 3-day early access. You can pre-order it here.

While EA Sports have officially launched the ICON Ratings but they are yet to come out with the players’ ratings. But recently there has been a leak of some of the ratings which you can see here.

And now we answer some of the most asked questions on the internet regarding FIFA 20.

1. When is FIFA 20 coming out and what’s the major selling point?

FIFA 20 comes out on the 24th of September, 2019 and this year, the street football mode named Volta looks to be the major selling point for the game.

2. Are there any new features?

Here are some new features which have been highlighted by EA Sports:

STRAFE DRIBBLING -Move with more agility. Lure the defender in. Beat them with speed or skill. New strafe dribbling adds new dimensions for attacking play in FIFA.

CONTROLLED TACKLING – Take back possession with Active Touch Tackling and new animations that reward you for well-timed defensive play.

COMPOSED FINISHING – More clinical finishing when one-on-one. More risk with volleys and long shots. Overhauled shooting creates more realism in front of goal in FIFA.

3. Will the Champions League & the Europa League remain in FIFA 20?

The Champions League will be part of FIFA thanks to EA Sports’ exclusive licensing deal with UEFA. The official theme song of the UCL will also remain but it will be a remix of the official anthem by Hans Zimmer.

4. What will be the UCL final venue?

The UCL final venue in FIFA will be the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul which also happens to be the original final venue for the competition next year in May.

5. Will Man United and Juventus not be in FIFA 20?

Juventus have signed an exclusive deal with Konami for PES 2020 which is why EA Sports have confirmed that in FIFA the Turin outfit will be called ‘Piemonte Calcio’.

Man United have also entered into a long-term partnership with Konami but unlike Juve, they will not be omitted from FIFA since EA SPORTS FIFA have a partnership directly with the Premier League for licensing.

Read: Some FIFA 20 rankings have been leaked.