Published: Sun, June 09, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Federation Internationale de Football Association 20 E3 2019 reveal, live from E3 2019

Federation Internationale de Football Association 20 E3 2019 reveal, live from E3 2019

The confirmed pitches during the EA Play livestream for Federation Internationale de Football Association 20's Volta mode included a rooftop in Tokyo, a cage pitch in London, and an underpass in Amsterdam.

Just to drive home the effort to appeal to the modern gaming market, VOLTA will include custom cosmetics for your male or female character - including hairstyles and tattoos - and celebration emotes. There'll be different sizes of arena to play in, both with and without walls, taking you from an underpass in Amsterdam to a cage in London or a Tokyo rooftop. Volta World allows you to "build up your squad", for example, while Volta Story will see you take on the role of one player through a scripted narrative, similar to The Journey from previous editions of Federation Internationale de Football Association.

Of course, Volta will also support online multiplayer and a league where players can compete in promotion and relegation matches. There will be a number of different street venues throughout the globe where you can play your games, something that mimics the previous titles.

As for the gameplay, we're told that you'll have the chance to "play 3v3 Rush (No GK's), 4v4, 4v4 Rush, 5v5, and Professional Futsal".

Check out the fast-paced FIFA Street action down in the trailer below.

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Fans of the series have always been crying out for FIFA Street to return to the franchise and it seems like EA is genuinely listening.

Football Intelligence was the first improvement noted in the livestream that combines the three core components of the match. Unlock more items as you progress through various challenges.

Strafe Dribbling: the new strafe dribble mechanic adds more dimension to attacking options; enabling you to move with more agility than ever to lure your opponent in before beating him with speed or skill. Time Finishing has been refined to allow for a more satisfying feeling when you nail the ideal timing and land it in the green of the gauge, though the green timed window will now be slightly harder to hit. We've heard this a few times before, but EA states there's more variety in the spin of the ball.

The latest instalment of the long-running football series will be coming out on September 27.

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