One of the undisputed protagonists of the E3 2019 EA Play streaming was FIFA 20’s Volta Football mode. The return of the FIFA Street experience will be at the centre of the content offer of the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the EA Sports football simulator, but not on Nintendo Switch.
Based on the instructions provided by executive producer Aaron McHardy to colleagues at Eurogamer.net, we discover that in the Switch version of FIFA 20 “you will have a new look, with updates to kits, team roses, player statistics and all the rest “ , while specifying that ” you will not get Volta or any of the new features “ .
Without going into the details of the gameplay differences between the Legacy edition of FIFA 20 for Nintendo Switch and the other versions for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, McHardy states that the approach adopted by the developers will allow fans of football simulations who will choose to play the new title of the EA series on the hybrid console of the Kyoto company to enjoy “fresh” content.
The announcement of the news that will go through the gameplay, the Ultimate Team mode and the other singleplayer and multiplayer modules of FIFA 20 will take place over the next few months, or at least this is what Electronic Arts promised by publishing the program of future reveal. Meanwhile, we remind you that FIFA 20 will be available starting September 27th both on PC and on consoles.