FIFA 20 Demo Release Date, Game Modes & Confirmed Teams
Every year a new FIFA demo is released in order to give fans a taste of each upcoming title. Historically, this has always been two weeks before the game’s official launch. This means that we can expect the FIFA 20 demo release date to be on Tuesday, September 10, 2019.
The FIFA 20 demo will be a more advanced version of the recent FIFA 20 beta. However, there will be limitations in terms of what users can experience. The main format of play will be via Kick-Off, but we also expect to see some kind of trial run for the new VOLTA Football game mode. Please remember that any progress made will not carry over to the full game.
This year’s FIFA demo will be available on both consoles (PS4 and Xbox One), as well as PC (Origin). A small selection of teams will be available to try, however it is important to note that player ratings will be subject to change. The FIFA 20 demo will offer a first look at new gameplay, although it is common to see updates and patches at the beginning of each title.
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FIFA 20 Demo Details
The following information is expected based off of previous years. We will update this guide as and when official details are confirmed by EA SPORTS.
As stated above, the FIFA 20 demo release date is expected to be on Tuesday, September 10, 2019.
- PS4 (PlayStation 4)
- XB1 (Xbox One)
- PC (Origin)
This year’s demo will not be available on Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, PS3, or Xbox 360.
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- Kick-Off (classic head-to-head matches)
- UEFA Champions League Final
- VOLTA Football (gameplay trailer below)
This year’s expected FIFA 20 demo teams are as follows:
- Real Madrid
- Borussia Dortmund
- Manchester City
- Paris Saint-Germain
- AS Roma
- Atlético Madrid
- Club América
- Los Angeles FC
- Vissel Kobe
The full list of confirmed stadiums to be included in this year’s demo will be added here once this information is officially revealed by EA SPORTS.
FIFA 20 demo links for each platform will be updated here once they have been added to each respective store. File sizes are expected to be in the region of 6.5 gigabytes.
Are you looking forward to the release of the FIFA 20 demo? What specific improvements are you hoping to see compared to last year’s game? We would love to hear all your thoughts and opinions, so please feel free to get in touch with us via Twitter to share them.