EA has detailed the first information for career mode in FIFA 20. One of the highlights of this press release is the ability to create a female manager for the first time in the series. This has been a long-overdue feature, but it is great to finally have it in the game.
FIFA 20 career mode adds new ways to customize your manager. You can change your body type, skin tone, clothing, and hairstyles. You as the manager also have more responsibility off the pitch. The manager can directly impact the team’s morale and performance through interactive press conferences, squad rotations, one-to-one chats, and more. It seems EA is taking some inspiration from the popular Football Manager series.
As you would expect from FIFA, the authentic branding of most of the major leagues are present. These include the Premier League, MLS, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, LaLiga Santander, and the major European competitions the Champions League, and the Europa League.
FIFA 20 taking inspiration from Football Manager?
There are also new ways to control your players potential overall with ‘Dynamic Player Potential’ – the better they play on the pitch, the higher their potential OVR will grow. Also in the latest rendition of career mode, there are new elements to the news feed. Best career moments are highlighted in the feed, with new live news screenshots from the matches you play.
FIFA 20 is full of new game modes and features. A spiritual successor to FIFA Street returns in the form of VOLTA, and gameplay improvements have been made to improve the overall FIFA 20 experience.
What do you make of the improvements made to Career mode in FIFA 20 and the overall game? Are you picking this year’s release up? Let us know in the comments below!
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