The first news is about FIFA 20. The fans will have an opportunity to earn rewards for FIFA 21 by completing a series of challenges. The rewards are a 84-88 Loan Player Pick Pack, a 86-90 Loan Player Pack a 80+ Player Pack, an April Fools Kit, an Icon Away Kit and a Coin Boost (5 x 500). For the moment there are two groups containing three challenges each, Terrific TOTSSF and Eye of Icon. EA will publish more challenges as weeks go by. Players like Kevin De Bruyne and Robert Lewandowski will be available free of charge, just to make the challenges easier.
The second news is about the gameplay of FIFA. EA has allowed content creators to publish content about the closed beta. Matthew ‘MattHDGamer’ Craig was one of the first YouTubers to publish clips from the beta.
The videos display a revamped shooting system. According to MattHDGamer, the finesse shot is more realistic, and more powerful in the beta. The player’s personality will also have an influence on the shots. The physics of the ball will also improve, especially when it comes to curved shots.
Concerning the career mode, it seems like the game will include the real life budgets of some of the teams. The fans of the French Ligue 1 Conforama already have the budget list for the clubs. It is interesting to see how this will affect the way the fans will approach the career mode. The demo for FIFA 21 should be available on September 18.
If the career mode is present in the demo, we will maybe see if this information is correct. The new dribbling system is still under concerns, but the demo an opportunity to make things right.
Lastly, EA has a gift for the fans. By subscribing to the EA newsletter, you will receive FUT loan Icon player card for FUT 21. The cards are Zidane, Cantona and Ronaldo. It is a nice way to start your campaign in FIFA 21. Each card will be available for three matches.
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