EA SPORTS worked on re-branding the FIFA 20 Pro Cubs Mode to add to the immersion you feel when experiencing a Pro Clubs match. In FIFA 20, they have implemented broadcast features such as replay transition wipes, an on-screen watermark, club banners and a new Pro Clubs logo.
The club banners are influenced and defined by a team’s primary and secondary colors, and show the name of the club in the stands. Stadiums that support banners will display both home and away club banners throughout the matches.
They also added AR (augmented reality) overlays to match intros, half time, and goal scores to enhance your broadcast match experience. In addition to this, match types in FIFA 20 Pro Clubs will now feature unique broadcast colors to distinguish the mode between Friendly, Cup, and League matches.
They also changed how you’ll experience goal celebrations with your team. Once you score a goal, you’ll be able to celebrate with your entire team as the camera will not zoom on the goal scorer, but instead stay zoomed out so you can coordinate custom celebrations with your teammates.
EA SPORTS FIFA 20 launches worldwide September 27 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
The demo for FIFA 20 will be released worldwide on September 12 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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