We are pretty sure that the news will not hearten the Juventus fans, but Electronic Arts have recently formalized a long-term partnership with Liverpool FC in view of the arrival of FIFA 20, the new football simulator that continues to do every year the fortune of the US company.
If on the one hand Juventus will be recognized within the game with the fictitious name Piemonte Calcio, to Liverpool, which we remember being the team that won the last edition of the UEFA Champions League, a diametrically opposite treatment will be reserved. Although no details have been released on this subject, we can expect, for example, a work of up with regard to the realization of 3D models of the players of the English formation, as well as of the historic Reds stadium, the Anfield.
While we are waiting to discover more in-depth information, you can take a look at the short teaser published on Liverpool’s official Twitter page.
We remind readers that FIFA 20 will be available on PCs, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch (for which the version does not include new features, according to the developers) starting from 27 September 2019. The reason why Juventus will not appear in his official capacity within EA’s sporting title it is soon said: the Italian Champions have signed an exclusive agreement with the eternal rivals of eFootball PES 2020.
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) July 16, 2019