There's nothing worse than having to watch your opponent score against you then celebrate on FIFA 20.
That's unless they make you watch the replay of it.
Thankfully, there's a quick and easy way of making that issue a thing of the past. Simply press R1+L1 (or the Xbox bumpers) and you'll 'force quit' the replay or celebration.
This will certainly come in handy during heated Ultimate Team matches - and may avoid a rage quit or two.
If you're short on time, though, you can read our verdict on both - and the winner of this year's football game of choice - below.
eFootball PES 2020 is a step in the right direction, but that step is probably not significant enough to significantly threaten FIFA’s stronghold on the football gaming market.
It still lacks the licences to compete with FIFA’s realism and its online matchday feature cannot seriously challenge FIFA Ultimate Team in terms of personal user experience.
Juventus were the big signing in PES 2020 this year
However, matches are genuinely enjoyable to play, packing plenty of attacking football. Also, Master League is pretty great – if FIFA’s changes to Career Mode do not make an impactful improvement, there will be no doubt regarding which game has the better single-player mode.
FIFA meanwhile, feels like just more of the same. EA has to now seriously rethink what they produce in the series, as gamers are no longer falling for a rehashed version each year – FIFA 19 sold 35% less than its predecessor FIFA 18 during the opening week.
Eden Hazard in FIFA 20
Career Mode, Pro Clubs, FIFA Ultimate Team, and the headline act Volta are a step in the right direction, but this year PES 2020 is the clear winner.
Winner: PES 2020
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