FIFA 20 Looks to Be Adding the Flavor of FIFA Street With the New Volta Mode

FIFA 20 Looks to Be Adding the Flavor of FIFA Street With the New Volta Mode

A new mode takes the soccer action to the streets.

The next FIFA game will add a new mode that brings the action to the streets. FIFA 20 introduces a new mode called Volta Football, a street mode EA is adding to its newest soccer sim.

Volta Football is a mode in FIFA 20 that allows you to play soccer, not in fancy stadiums, but in the streets of cities like Amsterdam, London, or Tokyo. Players can customize their male or female avatar with street clothing, hairstyles, tattoos, and other accessories.

FIFA Volta has different styles of play thanks to the different rules and pitches streetball is played. Volta includes 3v3 Rush (without goalkeepers), 4v4, 4v4 Rush, 5v5, and Professional Futsal modes. There are also different arenas to play in, some with walls, some without, which can add some different playstyles to your games.

Volta appears to be a centerpiece feature of FIFA 20 as there will be a squad-building Volta World mode, a Volta Story Mode, and a Volta League for online play. Lastly, Volta Kick-Off lets you take professional teams to the streets.

FIFA 20 is currently available for pre-order. There is a $100 Ultimate Edition that includes 20 untradeable FUT Ones To Watch Player Items, three-day early access, 24 FUT Rare Gold Packs, one of five mid-version ICON Items, and a special edition FUT Kit.

FIFA 20 is coming out on September 24, and we'll hear more about it during today's EA Play livestream. Check out our E3 2019 EA guide for all the latest news and updates from the show. Or check out our E3 2019 guide for full show schedules and press conference times.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.