FIFA 20's latest patch, Title Update #8, has brought with it new Star Heads for 29 players!
For those of you who haven't heard of them before, Star Heads are in-game faces - so gamers can look forward to each of the players below receiving updated face scans when they arrive on Wednesday, 4th December.
Keep reading as we list every new Star Head, sourced from a few hard working gamers, @Rakart and @Kaiduss, on FIFA Forums.
Villa have five new Star Heads and one updated player.
- Ezri Konsa
- Jed Steer
- Henri Lansbury
- Jonathan Kodjia
- Marvelous Nakamba
- Neil Taylor
- Tyrone Mings (Updated)
LEFT TO RIGHT: Lansbury, Konsa, Steer, Nakamba, Mings, Kodjia
Five Norwich players have new Star Heads.
- Ibrahima Amadou
- Mario Vrancic
- Grant Hanley
- Onel Hernandez
- Christoph Zimmermann
LEFT TO RIGHT: Amadou, Vrancic, Hanley, Hernandez, Zimmermann
Two Sheffield United player reportedly have new Star Heads.
- Callum Robinson
- Lys Mousset
Atletico also have two new Star Heads.
- Renan Lodi
- Ivan Seponjic
Catholic University Sports Club
The Chilean club has six new Star Heads.
- Matias Dituro
- Luciano Aued
- David Henriquez
- Cesar Fuentes
- Stefano Magnasco
- Juan Cornejo
The Mexican club has seven new Star Heads.
- Martin Barragan
- Nicolas Freire
- Carlos Gonzalez
- Pablo Barrera
- Jose Alberto Castillo
- Diego Rosales
- Brian Figueroa
Of course, we're relying on gamers who have posted to EA FIFA Forums for these Star Heads, so they may not be 100% accurate, but we like to think they're trustworthy!
Some gamers may be confused as to why updated Star Heads have been given to two random South American teams - these updates are likely due to EA's recent announcement that the Copa Libertadores is coming to FIFA 20.
HAT TRICK: All three South American trophies will be included in the update
Soon, gamers will be able to take control of historic clubs from Uruguay, Peru, Paraguay, Ecuador and beyond, as you look to lead your team to glory.
These South American clubs will be able to use across Ultimate Team, Career Mode, Kick-Off and of course, the new CONMEBOL Libertadores Tournament Mode.