Owning to the difference in the hardware of Nintendo’s Switch and other console, games tend to be a bit different and FIFA 20 will continue on the same trend. EA had stated earlier this year that Switch version will be a watered-down version of the same game.
FIFA 20 is titled as FIFA 20 Legacy Edition and will lack some of the features that will be the highlight of the other platforms. Which takes out game modes such as Volta Football, and the gameplay will be similar to FIFA 19.
This certainly is a bit of a downer as a lot of people have been talking about Volta Football and it looks like FIFA Street has been finally added to the FIFA franchise and will be one of the major talking points during the release od the game.
Other than this rest of the FIFA 20 remains the same, as you will get Champions League, Europa League, Ultimate Team (FUT), Kick-Off, Career Mode, licensed and custom tournaments, etc.
The FIFA 20 Legacy Edition will also be priced slightly lower than the other console games but prices will vary from one region to another.
FIFA 20 Legacy Edition will release simultaneously with FIFA 20 on the 27th of September 2020.