The FIFA 20 Soundtrack has finally been revealed. This year, however, there’s a twist – with the new VOLTA Football game mode, we now have two separate FIFA Soundtracks. This means that there will be different tracks for regular menu music, and a completely different set of artists and songs for VOLTA.
Each year’s FIFA Soundtrack is more important that a lot of people give it credit for, especially considering that fans will hear these songs potentially hundreds of times. Not only is it key to represent artists from many different nations across the world, it is also crucial to include a variety of music styles and genres to cater for all tastes.
Both FIFA 20 Soundtracks include over 100 tracks, which represent more than 20 countries. This year’s game music features artists such as Major Lazer, Diplo, Skepta and many more. Furthermore, users who pre-order one of the FIFA 20 Special Editions will receive special FUT kits designed by Flume, Sofi Tukker, GoldLink, and Judah & the Lion.
Are you impressed with the music on each FIFA 20 Soundtrack? Are there any other artists or songs that you would have particularly liked to have seen included in this 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.
The next FIFA 21 Team of the Week, TOTW 17, is now on its way in Ultimate Team — here’s everything we know about the next in-form team of 2021, including any EA SPORTS leaks, the promo’s release time, and more.
There’s a number of stars that could slot into the in-form Ultimate Team lineup this week, including Bayern’s Thomas Müller, who had a hand in two goals against Freiburg as man of the match, and Lorenzo Insigne, for a goal and assist.
Ajax’s Klaas-Jan Huntelaar also wound back the clock with a late goal for his ladder-leading Amsterdam side against FC Twente. It would be his first in-form since April, 2019.
Perhaps the biggest game of the week played out at Anfield. There, defending champs Liverpool and archrivals United slugged it out for first, though neither could strike a knockout blow; in part, thanks to TOTW 17 contender Allison Becker.
Here’s everything we know about the mid-week FIFA 21 promo so far, including when the Team of the Week lineup will drop, and Dexerto’s weekly predictions.
John Stones scored twice for Manchester City last weekend, and kept a clean sheet.
Team of the Week 17 start time
On Jan. 20, FIFA publishers EA will release the fifteenth batch of Team of the Week cards for this year. The TOTW 17 promo will begin at 6pm (UK time), as per usual.
That means 6pm BST, 12pm CT, 1pm EST, 3am AEST for those around the world.
These boosted TOTW 17 player upgrades will be announced at the same time as they drop in-game in FIFA 21. Keep your eyes peeled on our official Twitter account — we always make sure to share the team as soon as it’s live.