FIFA 20 is about to get some major changes in its career mode. The game will soon launch for all the platforms with these changes. The career mode stayed somewhat unchanged for over two years now and with recent confirmation from EA, it is certain that this mode would receive some really cool and exciting changes in the coming days.
In a recent blog post EA said, “Our vision was to breathe new life into the Manager Career experience by leveraging the huge amounts of data that playing this mode generates, and build a variation of ever-changing stories that would surface to our players through Pre and Post-Match Press Conferences and Player Conversations.”
This means that now dynamic interviews both before and after the big matches would be conducted and the questions would be based on outcome, goals scored, opponents and other similar factors of the match. A messaging app like interface would be introduced through which managers can talk face-to-face with players. Here, managers would have to face players’ queries regarding the match and the teams and also handle their complaints a grudges.
The other big change is a new feature called dynamic player potential. Here every players’ overall rating will change with performance in every match. This, in simple terms, mean that players’ ratings will go up if they perform well and it would go down if they are going through some lean patch.
Other important changes in FIFA 20 include:
- Improved manager customisation through which, for the first time, female managers can be created in FIFA 20.
- A rebranded user interface for Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue1 and the MLS
- New news screenshots and other updates