The moment that millions of fans around the world have been waiting for has come, the day EA Sports will release the anticipated FIFA 20 Demo. The trial version of the game will be released simultaneously for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Unfortunately, it will not come to Nintendo Switch.
Although it has not been confirmed by the company, several rumors point to a release around 15:00. However, while globally available simultaneously, it may not reach all users at exactly the same time.
What to expect from the FIFA 20 Demo?
Contrary to what happened in previous years, EA has not revealed much detail about what will be available at the FIFA 20 Demo. It has only been confirmed that it will give access to the new game mode VOLTA Football, which marks the return of popular street football. and also the desired futsal mode. In addition, you will also be able to play the classic view (11vs11).
However, no information has been revealed about which teams will be available in this limited version of FIFA 20. One thing is certain, once they have lost their license, Juventus should not be part of the teams present at Demo. So it is very likely that you do not yet have the opportunity to test Cristiano Ronaldo's capabilities.
FIFA 20 will have a peer competitor in PES 2020
This year will probably be one of the most interesting in terms of competition between the two most popular football simulators ever. While Konami has always lagged far behind EA Sports over the past few years, it seems that the story may now be quite different.
In addition to presenting extremely interesting game mechanisms, they were also able to license more teams, with a very strong focus on the Brazilian championship. So it will be extremely interesting to see how the two games will look in terms of popularity.
Of course, we do not expect to see PES 2020 become more popular than FIFA 20 overnight. However, I fully believe that the distance between the two will be seriously shortened.
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