You Can Perform 'Kneeling Headers' On FIFA 20 And It's The Ultimate Disrespect
You know that mate who pulls out a 'shush' and 'dab' celebration after scoring on FIFA 19? Well, they are about to become even more unbearable come September 27th.
It has been revealed that 'Kneeling Headers' will feature in the upcoming release of FIFA 20.
Described by EA Sports as a 'unique finishing move' that will allow you to score in style, this new feature in the VOLTA game mode will almost definitely result in broken controllers.
To perform a kneeling header, you will need to press L2+R2 + RS forward / LT + RT + RS forward.
This isn't the only way you can frustrate opponents on the new game mode.
'Taunts' are street-exclusive moves that allow players to perform on the ball or off the ball taunts to your opponents.
These taunts don't have any influence during gameplay, but can be used to show off your confidence to the opposition.
To perform a taunt, the player needs to be standing still and pressing R2 / RT. If you are the dribbler, pressing L1 / LB while standing still will also trigger a taunt.
EA Sports released a trailer for the new VOLTA mode in FIFA 20 this week. The street football mode is a huge throwback to the FIFA Street era.
It will allow players to break away from the usual 11 on 11 action by playing 3-a-side, 4-a-side or 5-a-side in a street football environment.
Check out the trailer below.
Some of the locations for a street match include a cage in London, an Amsterdam underpass and a Tokyo rooftop with a DJ and pyro.
While there are similarities to FIFA Street, there are also distinct differences to the game which was last released in 2012.
There is a story mode for VOLTA on FIFA 20 as well as an online league, and women can also play on the same pitch as the men.
Thoughts on the new trailer? Will be playing the new game mode in the coming months?
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