Update: We now know FIFA 20's Volta Mode is only coming to the PS4, Xbox One, and PC versions – the Nintendo Switch edition of FIFA will not be receive "any of the big new features," says EA. Original story follows.
FIFA 20 contains a FIFA Street-style fashion named Volta, publisher EA has revealed. The mode is a new direction for the mainline FIFA series, which has now remained relatively realistic and straightforward in its execution. The announcement was made in the event of EA Play, the publisher's pre-E3 event takes place today, June 8.
Volta "takes football back to the streets with the authentic culture, creativity, and style of the small-sided game, "EA says. 1
Volta contains a number of sub -modes, each of which is playable with male or female avatars. Volta World allows you to "build up your squad," for example, while Volta Story will take you on the role of a player through a scripted narrative, similar to Journey from previous editions of FIFA. Additionally, you can "take your favorite professional teams to the streets at Volta Kick-Off" or "play through promotion and relegation in the online Volta League." Match variants include 3v3 Rush, 4v4, 4v4 Rush, 5v5, and Professional Futsal, where "rush" indicates a game that excludes goalkeepers.
A single small-sided match was played in FIFA 19's Journey Mode, but this time it's the first time EA has dabbled with street football since 2012's FIFA Street reboot. Volta Mode is the only real version EA has released its upcoming soccer title, aside from the FIFA 20 release date. EA Play at E3 in a few hours' time.