I’m pretty sure that soccer fans have been playing lately the PC demo of eFootball PES 2020. And while there is still no word on when the demo of its big opponent, FIFA 20, will come out, we can finally watch some gameplay footage from it.
At Gamescom 2019, EA Sports had a playable version of FIFA 20. As such, EA Game Changers Network has shared a video showing 15 minutes of gameplay footage. This video shows a full match between PSG and Real Madrid. Thus, it will give you an idea of how the game plays. Moreover, it showcases some of the new Skill Moves.
The good news here is that the game appears to be slower than last year’s offering. However, I do have to say that some Skill Moves do not feel realistic. The player movement seems robot-ish in some of them, and that’s something that really disappoints me. Both PES 2020 and FIFA 20 suffer from this, and my guess is that this may only be resolved (or at least lessened to a degree) when these games transition to next-gen platforms.
FIFA 20 will be, once again, powered by the Frostbite Engine and is currently scheduled for a September 27th release.
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