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Published: 18/Aug/2020 11:20by David Purcell
EA SPORTS have unveiled everything that’s been changed in FIFA 20 update 21, and the simplest way of putting it is not a lot really.
These title updates have been hit and miss now for months. Sometimes something huge will arrive like the addition of CONMEBOL competitions and the community gets excited, for the next to just be a few bug fixes not a lot of us even knew about.
On August 18, the developers announced their latest patch had went live on just PC platform. Usually, they do this first, then roll it out a little later for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
In recent times, the biggest change has been the Special Quality Filter. While late in the game, the addition has been positively received both in the current title and in the FIFA 21 beta. Their tweet from FIFA Direct Communication left people guessing as well, but the update itself is quite minimal. Just a handful of changes.
Title Update #21 is now live on PC.
Find the full details below ?https://t.co/wCN0Z5tPpm
— FIFA Direct Communication (@EAFIFADirect) August 18, 2020
Ultimate Team is the focus of the patch by the looks of things, but there’s also a reference to a problem in VOLTA Football as well.
The patch notes, as confirmed by EA SPORTS on their official blog, are as follows:
Addressed the following issue:
We are aware certain clothing items cannot be saved to your Avatar in VOLTA FOOTBALL and are working on addressing the issue through a future release update.
For more FIFA 20 news, follow us on Twitter @UltimateTeamUK for all of the latest. We also post FIFA 21 content on there.