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Some would argue that, as the cover star of both FIFA 18 and 19, EA may have been limited when it came to Ronaldo’s rating perhaps (and this is pure speculation) not tinkering with it too much to avoid upsetting their poster boy. EA’s FIFA series has arguably not taken this evolution into account. Ronaldo, although still lightning fast, isn’t the livewire we saw 10 years ago but his FIFA stats say otherwise. With his top FUT card boasting 99 pace and 95 agility, this makes Ronaldo an unstoppable force with the ball at his feet. Often in Ultimate Team, CR7 can glide through even the tightest of defences yet in real life this is much more infrequent.

Speculation continues to surround Gareth Bale, Zidane clear that he sees no future for the Welshman in the Spanish capital, so don’t expect to see the winger lining up for Madrid on FIFA 20. Zinedine Zidane has seen something of an overhaul this summer, making five big signings already. Marcos Llorente is the first casualty of the summer and is sure to be followed by some high profile names.

EA announced the release date of the FIFA 20 the famous football simulator game will launch on 27 September, 2019. If you have any issues pertaining to wherever and how to Buy FIFA 20 Ultimate Team Coins, you can get hold of us at our own web-page. However, like every, year EA will launch a demo version of the game for players to get a small glimpse of what they are going to buy. The demo for FIFA 19 had pretty huge focus on Champions League. This year, EA will likely focus more attention on Volta, which is the all new street football mode. After Barcelona’s humiliating Champions League semi-final defeat at the hands of Liverpool, Lionel Messi and co. will be out for revenge in their pursuit of another European title. Domestically, the Catalan giants received little competition in the league but will face sterner tests next season following Real Madrid’s big summer spending.

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In an interview with Eurogamer, EA confirmed the Switch port of FIFA 20 will be a legacy edition. Explaining what this means, executive producer Aaron McHardy said, “You’re gonna get a fresh new look in Switch, with kits and player lists and all of that.” However, he went on to say “you’re not going to be getting Volta or any of the big new features.” FIFA 20’s announcement and the subsequent reveal of the FIFA Street-style Volta mode has got fans excited for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC game, but EA has dampened the buzz for the Nintendo Switch version of the game by saying it lacks “any of the big new features.”