The world football game is scheduled to be released for current-generation consoles Friday, with the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X versions set to come out at a later date.
While the series has been around for more than two decades, the new version provides several changes that could improve the gameplay while making Career Mode especially exciting. With tons of elite young players, managers can make a key transfer to help improve their club for extended stretches.
An expanded version of Volta Football, the street-football mode, now gives gamers the opportunity to team up with three friends online. FIFA Ultimate Team also has more options to keep you engaged.
An ultimate simulation allows you to jump into the middle of a match to make subs or even play, giving your team a needed boost. There is also more training and player development options to get the most out of your squad.
Whether you start with a top club striving to win the UEFA Champions League or are trying to build up a team from the bottom, there are plenty of options for the game.
The highest-rated players in the game are the ones who have been at the top for years: Lionel Messi (93) and Cristiano Ronaldo (92). Robert Lewandowski (91) and Kevin De Bruyne (91) are also in the top tier after outstanding 2019-20 seasons.
However, you can build your team with some elite talents who are still 21 years old or younger.
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