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Three advantages of FIFA 20 over PES 2020

FIFA 20 and PES 2020 are the latest football simulators launched by EA Sports and Konami, respectively. The games, which are available for PlayStation 4 (PS4), Xbox One and PC (FIFA 20 for Origin and PES 2020 for Steam), share several similarities. Despite this, FIFA has stood out in comparison with the rival in recent years, for aspects such as gameplay and features.

The Volta Football mode, exclusive leagues and women’s football make PES 2020 a must-see compared to the competitor. Below are five aspects that PES does not have and that is why they make FIFA stand out. You can find more standing-out FIFA 20 coins and players over U7BUY store.


  1. Football Volta

Launched in FIFA 20, Futebol Volta is dedicated to those who long to play ball. The game mode reshaped the old FIFA Street, EA Sports title on street football. Now an integral part of a single game, Futebol Volta has 3 x 3 games without a goalkeeper, 5 x 5, futsal style and more. In addition, it is possible to choose a real team like Real Madrid or PSG to play. In Volta mode, dribbling and acrobatic finishes are free, the more beautiful the goal, the better. PES never had any game mode or similar to what the new version of FIFA Street proposes.


  1. Champions League and official Copa Libertadores

FIFA 20 beats its rival in the field of international competitions. The Copa Libertadores de América and the Champions League, the two main club tournaments in the world, are exclusive to the EA Sports game. This means that logos, broadcast packages, official brands, trophies, patches and other aspects of these championships are only in FIFA. In addition, FIFA also has exclusively the Europa League, UEFA Super Cup, South American Conmebol and Recopa Sul-Americana.


  1. Exclusive leagues

Another feature that differentiates FIFA from its competitor PES for some years now is the number of exclusive leagues. The EA Sports title has more than 25 exclusive leagues, while the Konami game has only four. In addition to the smaller championships, such as K-League 1 (South Korea), League 1 (Romania) and Abdul Latif Jameel League (Saudi Arabia), FIFA has big names.

The Premier League, for example, which is England’s national championship and considered by many to be the best in the world, can only be played officially in FIFA 20. This is also the case for La Liga (Spain) and Bundesliga (Germany) ).


(Contributed by Salazar.Cien; Edited by Hermes_Fang)