Fan of the German soccer championship, eyes wide open that this is the news you were waiting for if you were still undecided about which beach to aim to start your videogame football season.
FIFA 20, in fact, the football simulation by Electronic Arts, announced the acquisition of the official Bundesliga license, thus joining the English Premier League and the Spanish Liga, already owned by the EA Sports title.
Thanks to the license, in FIFA 20 there will be 13 new stadiums for a total of 18 in the German championship, including some of the 2. Bundesliga (the German B series, in practice) and the scans of the faces of the most representative players of the various teams.
The downside is that the Allianz Arena will be missing, the home stadium of Bayern Munich, which due to some agreements made by the Bavarian company with Konami, will be exclusively present on eFootball PES 2020, but the team will still have the official license for jerseys, logos, and players, of course.
The stadiums of the two newly promoted Paderborn and Union Berlin are present without problems.