FIFA 20: Volta Tour and Volta League announced – what are these new street modes?

More details of the new 5-a-side format dropped as we dive deeper into the new revealed features.

Volta is an exciting new game mode which is being introduced to FIFA 20.

The game features a choice of 17 “playgrounds” in a range of different locations all over the world. 

From a Tokyo rooftop, to a cage in London or an Amsterdam underpass, FIFA players will experience a range of cultures in the playgrounds

The latest pitch notes released by EA has given fans a much more in-depth look at the Volta game mode. Here we will look specifically at the Volta Tour and Volta League aspects of the mode.

READ MORE: All the features coming to Volta Football in FIFA 20

Volta Tour

Volta Tour is an exciting new online mode where players will players will tour the world facing teams created by community.

Players will be able to compete in a range of different single player matches against squads which are generated from other members, and these games will take place in a range of different locations and played under a whole load of different formats.

Winning these matches are crucial. As after every victory, you will select a player from the oppositions side to join your team.

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There is a chemistry aspect to the sides though, so make sure you choose these wisely.

Losing games will allow players the opportunity to recruit a member of your squad, however these players are copies of yours, so don’t worry, you will still be able to keep your prized possessions.

Although you can only recruit players one at a time. So once your quota is up, you’ll have some tough decisions to make as you choose which players to let go.

Another nice feature is the addition of street football legends. These can be earned by passing a unique challenge assigned to each player. Unfortunately, you will only be allowed to use one legend in your squad at any one time.

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As earlier mentioned, the games will take place in a range of different locations, known as playgrounds. The locations include:

  • Warehouse
  • Parking Lot
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • New York, USA
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • London, England
  • Paris, France
  • Lagos, Nigeria
  • Cape Town, South Africa
  • Berlin, Germany
  • Miami, USA
  • Los Angeles, USA
  • Barcelona, Spain
  • Mexico City, Mexico
  • Rome, Italy

READ MORE: All the Volta gameplay features in FIFA 20

There are three types of tournament structures which will be allocated between these locations. 

  • Knock-Out – win or you are out!
  • Win-Streak – This game mode will require players to win X matches in a row 
  • Progressive – This game mode will allow players to keep playing until they get the necessary number of wins to progress.

Each of these tournaments structures will each offer a range of match types.

  • 3 v 3 Rush (no GK)
  • 4 v 4
  • 4 v 4 Rush (no GK)
  • 5 v 5 
  • Futsal rules

Volta League

Volta League is a game mode which has been modelled similarly to that of the current Online Seasons mode. 

Players can choose their game mode and home location as they battle to earn wins and make their way up the league. 

Whilst the ability to play with friends has been confirmed, EA haven’t confirmed how detailed the friends feature will be. 

We would love to see a friends league added, where a group of friends can compete in a league on Volta, rather than just a head-to-head as in past FIFAs.

What we are sure of though, is that Volta is one of the most exciting game modes which has been added in a long, long time.

READ MORE: Everything we know about FIFA 20

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Tom Young

First console: PS2 / Favourite Game: Jak and Daxter: The Precusor Legacy / Currently playing: Fortnite