FIFA 20’s biggest news is VOLTA FOOTBALL – an all-new authentic street football experience with 17 global playgrounds and countless ways to express your style”.

FIFA 20 launches worldwide September 27 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.


The lastest and most interesting (to me) trailer which presents five gameplay changes aiming to take this year’s version to new heights.

This one is labeled as “Official Gameplay Trailer” and was released just a couple of days ago:

FIFA 20 is out September 27th for PS 4, Xbox One and PC.

‘FIFA 18’ Confirmed For SWITCH

During a FIFA-event in Paris last weekend, GameReactor got the chance to speak to chief competitive officer Peter Moore from EA. The following was stated:

“Well, as we have said, we are custom-building a FIFA version for the Nintendo Switch. It will be FIFA 18, and it will obviously be later this year when FIFA 18 comes out.

I look forward to seeing the Nintendo Switch, we are not far away from its launch and in fact, here in Paris, I was very impressed to see FNAC stores with Nintendo Switch in the windows.”

Gamereactor asked if it would be a down-scaled version of the game or something simillar to the X360 and PS3 versions. Moore said the following:

“What you have will be a custom built version for the Nintendo Switch from the FIFA development team in Vancouver.”

Credit: GameReactor

FIFA decides on expansion of the FIFA World Cup to a 48-team competition as of 2026

The FIFA council has voted in favour of expanding the FIFA World Cup tournament number of teams from today’s 32 to 48 by the WC tournament 2016.

There will be 16 groups of 3 teams. The teams will face eachother and the first 2 in each group will move through to knockout stages. The new system has been unanimously voted by the council members.