EA SPORTS founded a way for FIFA 20 Ultimate Team to truly integrate your squad, club and the transfer market in a single experience that makes managing who goes into your squad a quicker and more integrated part of the game.
The Squad screen has always been one of the key experiences when playing FIFA Ultimate Team. As Ultimate Team has grown and expanded through the years EA SPORTS added lots of new and useful functions to the squad, but fundamentally the overall experience of using the squad screen has become a bit too complex.
Selecting a player in FUT 20 and pressing <R1 / RB> will take you directly to your club, filtered to the position selected where appropriate. From there you can refine the results with a quick press of <△ / Y> and access the complete set of unified filters, if needed.
By pressing <L1 / LB> instead, you will navigate to the Transfer Market which will be pre-filtered to the position you’re trying to fill and with a coin balance that doesn’t exceed your current maximum for Buy It Now; quickly enabling a search for players who might be what you’re looking for. If you want to get more specific with your search EA SPORTS brought in the full transfer market filters to refine your search and enable you to have the same experience that you’re used to in the full fledged transfer market directly from your squad screen.
The player actions menu has been completely redesigned as well, now pressing <☐ / X> on a player brings up a radial menu with quick options to apply consumables, jump to player tactics, or just to quick sell a player.
And for anyone looking for the manager on the squad, he hasn’t been removed, just added to the dock with your subs and reserves 😉
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.