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FIFA 20 is a football simulation video game published by Electronic Arts as part of the FIFA series. The game features VOLTA Football for the first time, a new mode that provides a variance on the traditional 11v11 gameplay and focuses on small-sided street and futsal games. The mode shares similarities to the former FIFA Street series. 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. Additionally, players have the option to create their custom player by gender, clothing, shoes, hats, accessories, and tattoos. Following the completion of the three-part series «The Journey» in FIFA 19, players are now able to follow a similar storyline mode in VOLTA Football, which would be played with the player’s own character. VOLTA Football includes 17 locations, with each providing a unique experience. In addition to the generic warehouse and parking lot, VOLTA Football features venues based in real-life cities, namely Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Cape Town, Lagos, London, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Miami, New York City, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Rome, and Tokyo. Each player has his own overall rating, with Lionel Messi having the highest rating in the game with a 94.
Pro clubs is a game mode in FIFA 20 where players can create personalized pros and compete in a squad against other squads online.
Ultimate Team features 88 icon players, including 15 new names. Two new game modes – King of the Hill and Mystery Ball – are also incorporated in Ultimate Team following their previous inclusion in kick-off mode. 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. Ultimate Team also includes a new dedicated kit supporting Premier League’s no room for racism campaign.
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 player, nicknamed «Revvy», successfully tries out for the street football team «J10», named for and led by legendary street footballer, Jason «Jayzinho» Quezada. Jayzinho’s dream to lead J10 to the World Championship in Buenos Aires is dashed when he suffers an injury that will sideline him for several months. While Revvy and Sydney «Syd» Ko decide to stay on, all the others players see no chance of winning without Jayzinho and quit. As J10 now only has two active players, Jayzinho plans to forfeit a tournament in Tokyo, organized by fellow legend Kotaro Tokuda. But Revvy convinces Jayzhino to have Kotaro find a replacement third player to meet the tournament’s three-player requirement. In Tokyo, Kotaro introduces a third player to join Revvy and Syd on the field. To J10’s surprise, one of their former teammates, Peter Panna, is playing for an opposing team. After defeating his team to win the tournament, Peter apologizes for leaving and Revvy invites him back to J10, after which they play an exhibition against Kotaro’s team. Jayzinho sends J10 to Amsterdam to train with the legendary player, Edward Van Gils, and they find former teammate Big T as well. Big T challenges J10 to play and win five consecutive matches, which Revvy successfully helps accomplish. J10 defeats Big T’s team and Revvy asks him to rejoin J10. Afterward, J10 plays against legendary street footballer Rocky Hehakaija’s team.
Jayzinho sends J10 to Rio de Janeiro to recruit former member Bobbi Pillay. Bobbi had been training local youths in street football and invites J10 to play against her and her pupils, agreeing to return to J10 if they win. After winning, Vinícius Júnior and legendary street player Issy Hitman play against J10.