It’s September of another year, which means the FIFA factory is ready to drop a new game. While FIFA 20 probably won’t revolutionise the sport gaming genre, it’s sure to take up a lot of your hours so we rounded up the cheapest places to grab it.
The upcoming FIFA 20 will add some subtle changes likely to infuriate you for the first few weeks while you relearn all the mechanics. Those changes allegedly include tweaks to FIFA 19‘s frustrating defense and an added strafe move while dribbling. But aside from those, the biggest change is the introduction of the Volta play mode. It brings the excitement of street soccer to interesting settings, like a Tokyo rooftop, with a three-on-three games.
It’s available from September 27 on Xbox One, Playstation 4, Windows and Nintendo Switch so here’s where Australians can get it.
- Big W: $69 (PS4, XB1, NS)
- Dick Smith: $79 (PS4, XB1)
- EB Games: $99.95 (PS4, XB1), $69.95 (NS)
- The Gamesmen: $78 (PS4, XB1)
- Harvey Norman: $68 (PS4, XB1, NS)
- JB Hi-Fi: $69 (PS4, XB1, NS)
- Target: $69 (PS4, XB1, NS)
- Amazon: $68 (PS4, XB1), $59 (NS)
- Kogan: $79 (PS4, XB1)
- Microsoft Store: $99.95 (XB1), $89.95 for EA Access members (XB1)
- Mighty Ape: $69 (PS4, XB1), $59 (NS)
- Origin: $89.95 (PC)
- Ozgameshop: $82.99 (PS4)
- PlayStation Store: $99.95 (PS4), $89.95 for EA Access members (PS4)
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