- Up to three rare gold packs - 1 per week for 3 weeks
- Loan icon player pick
- Choose 1 of 5 loan icon items for 5 FUT matches
- Special edition FUT kits
Real Madrid winger Eden Hazard was named the new cover star of the Regular Edition, with Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk on the cover of the Champions Edition. Former Juventus and Real Madrid midfielder Zinedine Zidane was later named as the cover star for the Ultimate Edition.
Gameplay changes to FIFA 20 focus primarily on a new feature titled VOLTA Football. The mode, which translates to 'return' in Portuguese, focuses on street football rather than the traditional matches associated with the FIFA series. It will include several options to play in three versus three, four versus four and five versus five matches, as well as with professional futsal rules. The mode will incorporate the same engine, but places emphasis on skill and independent play rather than tactical or team play.
Additionally, players will have the option to customise their player by gender, clothing, shoes, hats and tattoos. Following the completion of the three-part series "The Journey" in FIFA 19, players can now have a similar storyline mode in VOLTA Football, which would be played with the player's own character.
Changes will also be made to the traditional 11 versus 11 mode to encourage more one-on-ones and off-the-ball space creation. New penalty and free-kick mechanics will be implemented and updates will be made to the ball physics.
VOLTA Football will include 17 locations, with each providing a unique experience. As well as a generic warehouse and parking lot, players can also compete in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Cape Town, Lagos, London, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Miami, New York City, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Rome and Tokyo.
Ultimate Team will feature 88 icon players, including 15 new names. Carlos Alberto, John Barnes, Kenny Dalglish, Didier Drogba, Michael Essien, Garrincha, Pep Guardiola, Kaká, Ronald Koeman, Andrea Pirlo, Ian Rush, Hugo Sánchez, Ian Wright, Gianluca Zambrotta and Zinedine Zidane will all feature as icons for the first time.
Two new game modes – King of the Hill and Mystery Ball – will also be incorporated in Ultimate Team following their previous inclusion in kick-off mode. Mystery Ball gives the attacking side boosts to passing, shooting, dribbling, speed or all attributes, adding unpredictability to every match. King of the Hill sees players fight for possession in a randomly generated zone on the pitch to boost the amount the next goal is worth.
Career Mode, following feedback from the community, saw some major updates - mainly to the manager mode. New additions include fully interactive press conferences and player conversations, an improved player morale system which can affect the team or individual players stats, performance levels and stance with the manager. The ability to fully customise the managers appearance and gender, a new dynamic player potential system, live news screenshots, league oriented UI and new negotiation environments.
The game will feature more than 30 official leagues, over 700 clubs and over 17,000 players. Included for the first time is the Romanian Liga I and its 14 teams, as well as UAE club, Al Ain, who were added following extensive requests from the fans in the region.
Juventus will not feature after signing an exclusive partnership deal with eFootball PES 2020, and will instead be known as Piemonte Calcio. The game would retain the players' likenesses, but the official badge and kits will be unavailable and instead feature custom designs produced by EA Sports.
FIFA 20 will retain the exclusive licenses to the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, and UEFA Super Cup first seen in FIFA 19. The deal includes an authentic broadcast packages, branding, and custom commentary.
There are 90 fully licensed stadiums from 14 countries in FIFA 20, as well as 29 generic stadiums. Bramall Lane has been included following Sheffield United's promotion, ensuring that all Premier League teams have their respective stadiums. Three new Spanish stadiums have also been added – Estadio El Alcoraz (home of SD Huesca), Estadio De Vallecas (home of Rayo Vallecano) and Estadio José Zorrilla (home of Real Valladolid).
As part of an extensive new licensing deal, 13 new stadiums across the Bundesliga and 2. Bundesliga will be included. These include BayArena (home of Bayer 04 Leverkusen), Mercedes-Benz Arena (home of VfB Stuttgart), Red Bull Arena (home of RB Leipzig) and Volkswagen Arena (home of VfL Wolfsburg).
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