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EA Sports are expected to confirm the release date for FIFA 20 this summer

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EA Sports are expected to confirm the release date for FIFA 20 this summer, with an official launch anticipated towards the end of the year.With each new release, the pressure is on the series' game developers to improve the product and they take a wide range of views into consideration when figuring out which areas need focus.Feedback from professional Esports gamers, casual players, the online community and in-house experts are all heeded as changes are implemented and new features are rolled out.

The key gameplay changes include A.I. defending, 1v1 shooting consistency, timed finishing, volley crossing and shooting, chained skill moves, passing and much more. The focus in FIFA 20 will be on manual defending, rewarding players who focus on the technique. There’s also a new planned tackling system that “favors manual tackling by making sure that the defender that tries the tackle does so in a favorable context to your team.” There’s also an improved jockey system and reduction in the effectiveness of the contain button, stopping auto-tackles or blocks.

FIFA 20's release date hasn't actually been revealed yet--the game hasn't even technically been announced--but it's a safe bet it will follow series tradition and fall toward the end of September. With that disclaimer out the way, let's take a look at everything we do know about the world's biggest soccer game, as well as what we'd like to see from this year's new FIFA game during E3 2019--and, more specifically, its livestream during EA Play.

EA Sports are talking about a number of seemingly subtle changes - but they could have a big impact on game play.One of those is dynamic weather - where conditions could change mid-game. So if it suddenly starts raining mid-match, it could lead to slips and mistakes - just like in real life.Another is the possibility of an eventual VR option - such as an immersive stadium environment. It's far from certain though, as EA's Sebastian Enrique has said that they still "haven't found something that beats the experience when you have a controller in your hands".

While I've already seen a degree of cynicism about EA's FIFA 20 gameplay news, if EA Sports can successfully implement everything it's outlined in its blog post, this year's game will be all the better for it. But all these gameplay changes must be considered in the context of other issues with FIFA 19, specifically Ultimate Team, that EA has yet to address.EA will reveal FIFA 20 on 8th June on an EA Play livestream. Stay tuned to Mmocs.com and we will be the first one to inform you all the latest. Besides, our website also offer Cheap FUT 20 Coins for players.

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