FIFA 20 Demo now available to download on Xbox One, PS4 & PC – Volta, Champions League, teams, screenshots & more

The trial of EA latest title is on PSN & Xbox Marketplace despite no official announcement.


The FIFA 20 Demo is now available on PS4, Xbox One and PC via Origin, despite the game appearing online before any official announcement.

The media were told yesterday that the demo would be released on September 10th, two days earlier than anticipated, with the trial finding its way onto the PlayStation Store & Xbox Store at around 3pm BST.

You may struggle to download it however, with the demand creating troubles online. Expect an official announcement at 5pm or 6pm once things have settled down.

What modes are available?

A Champions League group-stage kick off is there for you to play, as well as an intro into the new street mode – Volta Football.

Volta teaser

Just one game of Volta is available on the demo (although you can play it over and over), featuring FIFA 20 ambassador Vinicius Junior.

The premise looks to be a tease from Volta Story – Real Madrid’s Vinicius is facing off against Ajax in the Champions League, and that evening (or following night) he takes to the streets.

READ MORE: Everything you need to know about Volta Football

Play as him and two others, taking on the Amsterdam locals in a street underpass – first to four goals wins.

What teams can you play as?

In the Champions League kick-off, you can play as Premier League clubs Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham, as well as Borussia Dortmund, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid.

The squads are almost up to date, with Chelsea still featuring the likes of Tiemoue Bakayoko, Davide Zappacosta and Kenedy, who all left late on in the summer transfer window.

READ MORE: All the best attackers in the FIFA 20 Top 100 Ratings

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Alastair Pusinelli

I am RealSport's Editor-in-Chief having covered almost everything across the board on the platform. Starting with content on football and the Chinese Super League, I have expanded into esports and gaming, via a stint as rugby editor.

With RS now focused on gaming and working alongside Gfinity, I led the site's coverage on the football titles of FIFA, Football Manager and PES. This has enabled me to cover official esports events such as the FIFA eWorld Cup, FUT Champions Cups and the Gfinity FIFA Series.

Elsewhere, I have been published in The Sunday Times and Variety magazine, as well as working in the offices of Brighton & Hove Albion FC and Hampshire CCC.

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