FIFA 20, the latest football sim from Electronic Arts, is something of a mixed bag, with a somewhat disappointing upgrade for exiting features and an exciting Volta mode that brings new life into a slightly stale series.
If you’re a FIFA fan, you already know what you’re going to get in every new iteration of the game. Players should expect better graphics, improved controls, some minor changes to existing modes, and maybe a more robust single-player campaign.
It’s a sad state of affairs, but Electronic Arts is following a tried and true method that aims to do a single thing – to make them money from microtransactions. EA is pushing the boundaries with microtransactions, and despite being detested by the community as a concept, it’s still implemented each year.
In fact, it would be fair to say that the microtransactions are the one part of the franchise that sees any real evolution from one year to the next, and that’s really bad if you think about it. If you go t… (read more)
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