Get It While You Can

FIFA 20 is not far off. It only comes out a couple of weeks from now. However, if you are chomping at the bit to get a taste of the game a little bit early, you’re in luck. The FIFA 20 Demo just came out today and is available for download on Origin. EA’s version of Steam. You’ll need to create an account if you do not already have one. But everything should be free. You can also find the demo on the PS4 and Xbox.

Volta

The demo is showing off the all-new Volta mode. This new game mode is sort of a call back to the much loved FIFA Street series that first debuted in 2005. You can either play 3vs3, 4vs4, or 5vs5. The games are meant to be a less serious, arcade-style take on the franchise. The arenas you play in will not be your standard soccer (football) stadiums either. Some of the “fields” are located atop skyscrapers in Tokyo, Japan. Another one can be found deep in the London Underground.

For those who fancy a much more conventional take on the “beautiful game”, there is something for you as well. Champions Leauge games will be ready and waiting for fans to test out the new and improved game mechanics that EA has said they have added and further improved upon from previous titles in the franchise.

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If you are skeptical of the game or are just plain jaded about the direction the series has taken. Then think about getting ahold of the demo and seeing for yourself. It is free so it’s not like you’d be wasting any money.

FIFA is by far EA’s most profitable game they produce. Soccer (football) is the world’s most popular sport by a country mile. And the sales of the FIFA video game franchise reflect that.

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