And it is confirmed! FIFA 20 gets a street football mode called Volta Football. A full-featured, less serious mode for "Goalkeeper Jumpers", it features "3 vs 3" (no goalies), "4 on 4", "4 on 4", "5 on 5" and "Professional Futsal" modes. ,
Arenas with and without walls from all over the world comes with customizable player avatars, a story mode, online leagues and more. However, it will only be available in the PS5, Xbox One, and PC versions of the game without using the Nintendo Switch, PS3, and Xbox 360 versions.
Here is the trailer:
We are just hours from the EA Play livestream at E3 2019 Get all the official details on FIFA 20. Has one of the biggest and most wanted features been spruced up?
Yes, football fans, FIFA 20 could get a five-player indoor football mode.
The rumor comes from the teaser trailer below shared by EA and embedded below:
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It's labeled with a "V" symbol Many online fans believe that this is "The Vault," a new mode that includes five-player indoor football modes. The trailer also contains an outline image that seems to represent a five-by-five distance and the previous slogan "The stadium is everywhere". An eagle-drone drone also saw EA build a five-on-five pitch to broadcast the EA Play event.
FIFA back on the road?
FIFA Street was the last time we had a full game of street and indoor football that came out in 2012, but we have not taken it as the main title since FIFA: Road to World Cup 98 on PlayStation and Nintendo 64 seen.
There was a taste of what could be achieved with a current-generation mini-game and a FIFA 19 in-game setup. In The Journey Story mode star star Alex Hunter hit a threesome in Venice Beach, California. Could we see several different pitch surface types and the associated different ball physics?
If you wonder what it looked like you see it in action in FIFA's Glorious Days: Road to World Cup 98, the same year you turned off the referee and it had a Dirty Tackle Button . It was like playing football in Mad Max's Thunderdome …
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