This year, players in possession of Nintendo Switch will have to settle for the Legacy Edition of FIFA 20, that is an edition with no new gameplay compared to FIFA 19.
Having ascertained this, with a series of FAQs published on the official website the boys of EA Sports have illustrated in detail all the contents of the Legacy Edition . To begin with, as it should be, all the roses, players and uniforms of the football season that have just begun will be included, as well as an improved presentation (game menu and superimposed graphics). Regarding the modalities, there will be Kick-off, Career, Licensed and customized Tournaments, including the UEFA Champions League, Women’s International Cup, Skill Tests, Online Seasons, Online Friendlies and Seasons in local with the same functionality as FIFA 19.
Also present was the inevitable FIFA Ultimate Team, with features and modalities such as coach assignments, Online and single player seasons, online and single-player tournaments, online and single-player Draft, single online matches, online friendly seasons, team challenge Week and Rose Creation Challenges. Online it will be possible to play Online Seasons, Online Friendlies and the aforementioned FIFA Ultimate Team multiplayer modes. As expected, during the season the roses will be updated in real time.
In terms of gameplay, therefore, FIFA 20 Legacy Edition will present the same features already seen in FIFA 19, without significant new features or improvements. The new Volta mode, heir to FIFA Street, will, unfortunately, be absent. The launch, just like the other versions (PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC) is set for September 27th. Recently, the leaders of EA Sports have explained to us the reasons for the lack of support for Nintendo Switch.