FIFA 20 will release on Friday 27th September, EA has confirmed.
That will come as no major surprise to anybody—FIFA traditionally releases around that date every year—but it’s the first time that EA has officially confirmed a release date for this years entry in the series. They announced the date over on Twitter earlier, confirming that the games “full reveal” will come tomorrow, Saturday 8th June, at 3pm UK time.
— EA SPORTS FIFA (@EASPORTSFIFA) June 7, 2019
While there are no concrete details on what to expect from this years iteration of the worlds most popular football game, the tagline for FIFA 20 is “the stadium is anywhere”, leading some people to speculate that this years game could finally see the introduction of cross-play to the series.
Other than that point of speculation, the only other details we know about the game are the few improvements that EA has already confirmed they are working on, including improvements to AI defending and overhauls to the passing and shooting systems. More solid details should be revealed over the next couple of days, and we’ll be bringing you all of that news as and when it breaks.
FIFA 20 will launch for PS4, Xbox One, and PC (no word on a Nintendo Switch release yet) on Friday 27th September.