With FIFA 20 getting ready to release late September players old and new are preparing to jump right into FIFA 20 from last years release of FIFA 19. Everyone wants to make the most of the initial release period so below are some tips to get you off on a stronger foot.
1. One of the most abrupt changes in switching from FIFA 19 to FIFA 20 will me the minor control scheme changes. If you are using default control settings or playing on a console, these changes may affect you so take a look!
2. Those who have EA or Origin access accounts make sure you aren’t missing out on the earlier release window. These premium subscriptions let you play games a few days before they release. In the case of FIFA 20, with either of these services (or a higher edition of the game) you can play 4 days earlier on the 24th of September as opposed to the official release on the 27th
3. FIFA 19 has a carryover feature which can help bring some of your work over to FIFA 20. This can save you some important time and effort.
4. When you get your hands on the game make sure you don’t miss a day of the free daily rewards while they are going. Why not take advantage of something given for free?
5. Don’t be rusty! If you have taken some time away from playing FIFA 19 before the new one comes out it is a good time now to start picking it back up again. Re-familiarize yourself with a lot of the controls and strategies that you may have forgotten how to do all the way.
6. Set up your FUT 20 app. Making sure you have your accounts set up and ready can help you by earning more of the free rewards given out when the game releases. It will also help you jump right into building your FUT club.
7. Research the new changes. With a new FIFA game, there are always some major tweaks on how things are going to work. Keeping up to date on these will make sure you know exactly what to expect when you get your hands on the game.
8. If you’re new to the FIFA series, watching the in-game video tutorials in FIFA 20 can help you understand some of the more complex mechanics. This also goes for returning players, leaving the trainer on for the first couple matches you play can really help you improve your gameplay, and remind you of moves that you may have forgotten or not known about.