We all love to see a ball fly into the top corner from 25 yards, but when it happens again and again, some of the magic is lost. The timing window will be reduced for FIFA 20, making them more difficult to perform, and less precise timed shots will have reduced accuracy. Shots on the spin will have less powerful even if timed perfectly. Those specifics extend to FIFA 20’s new defensive capabilities too. If you are you looking for more about FIFA 20 Coins check out our website. “Planned tackling is a new system that favours manual tackling, by making sure that the defender that tries the tackle does so in a favourable context to your team,” developers Gabriel Zaro and Corey Andress explain. “An improved jockey system will be implemented with more agility and precision, rewarding players that decide to take control of their defenders.”

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Career mode too has been improved, with more depth and, of course, the Champions League. The Europa League and Super Cup have been added as well and everything has had a decent lick of paint. The latter is a major undertaking but it’s worth it as building your team and taking on the best the world has to offer is always fun. There is also a new Division Rivals feature in FUT that rewards you for playing against others through a promotion system as you aim to make your way up the divisions.

The result of this crackdown has had a knock-on effect on the mode itself for the better. The rules of the mode are clearly explained this year, enticing fans of the game who maybe previously stayed away. There’s also now a pack probability option that clearly shows the likelihood of you receiving a great player. Fans of the mode will enjoy that the game also shows exactly how chemistry affects your team, in stark contrast to last year’s slightly muddier version. All of this makes for a highly enjoyable version of Ultimate Team that’ll keep fans happy and may convert skeptics. Ultimate Team mode has been under intense scrutiny from fervent watchers of microtransactions, even going so far as to be banned in the Netherlands and Belgium under gambling laws.

If you’re a fan of authenticity the Champions League will be worth it alone, but if you want silliness like games with no fouls then there’s plenty of that too. Top players finally get new and intricate ways to show off their skill; casual players have easier ways to jump into games without fretting about if they’ll lose miserably. Those who jump into Fifa every so often when mates are round will be delighted by the alterations to kickoff mode and the handicap system; those for whom it’s an obsession will just become more obsessed by the updates to FUT and other changes.