There have been a couple of big no-shows at E3 this year that has left the gaming community a little puzzled. EA is probably the most pressure gaming developer out there, as they have around two dozen titles that either needs sequels or expansions. Most of these are massive hits like FIFA or Need for Speed.
EA Games have picked up the slack for E3 and are reportedly going strong for Gamescom this year. The new game Volta mode for FIFA 20 is said to be a game-changer for the sports franchise, and many fans are waiting to see more NFS news.
EA Games At Gamescom 2019 – FIFA 20, Madden NFL 20, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
It is quite difficult to count the many millions of fans that play the FIFA series each year. Pretty much all of them are waiting for the added content that is Volta Mode. It would be fun to play on the streets and beaches of Rio de Janeiro as Ronaldinho or something like that in the new street mode.
FIFA 20 has had some overhaul in terms of the game mechanics. With kicks in particular, as everything from free kicks to penalties has been optimized.
Madden NFL 20
The NFL series from EA has seen a lot of big changes in recent times and fans are curious about what the future will bring. FIFA may be a worldwide smash hit but US gamers definitely have a shine towards Madden NFL 20. The game saw some new features added to it, such as X-factor abilities and signature animations.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
The Star Wars franchise is big news, no matter the medium for its content. If you thought the new films had serious critics, the games are being chewed up by gamers 10 times worse.
The last game in the Star Wars series received negative reviews from fans, as Battlefront 2 let down a lot of people. There is much riding on Fallen Order to redeem the Star Wars franchise on the gaming perspective.
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.