Changes to the new and improved career mode in FIFA 20 will make it the best yet 4 years ago

Changes to the new and improved career mode in FIFA 20 will make it the best yet

You can't beat a good old fashioned career mode on FIFA.

Who among us hasn't taken Accrington Stanley all the way from League 2 to European glory? Or taken over your favourite team and made all of the signings that you've been begging them to make for years in real life?


You can have a glorious weekend of non-stop FIFA progress, or check in on your squad once a month; either way career mode is a great way to while away a few hours.

And this year's version looks like it could be the best yet.

Managing morale of players will take on greater importance, so you'll have to make sure all your players are in good form. This could mean rotating your squad, giving game time (or not) when it's requested, knowing when to rest a player when the time comes. This is getting serious, folks.

You will also get the chance to inspire your team with the answers you give in new interactive press conferences, before and after key moments in your season.


This year's career mode also boasts "unrivalled authenticity", with 30 official leagues, 700+ teams, 17,000+ authentic players and 90 licensed stadiums from across the globe. Just not Juventus.

Also, for the first time in the history of FIFA's career mode, you will be able to custom make yourself as a female manager.

You'll also get to take control of your players’ potential overall rating with the Dynamic Player Potential feature. This basically means that the better they play on the pitch, the higher their potential will grow.

You can now see your best moments represented in the Career Mode News Feed with new Live News Screenshots that highlight the memorable moments from matches you play.


You can read more about the new additions to FIFA 20's career mode here.

FIFA 20 is due to be released in Ireland on September 27, 2019.