Free FIFA 20 update brings South America’s top tournament to the game

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South America’s premier club football championship, Copa Libertadores, makes its debut in EA Sports’ FIFA series with a free update on March 3. It belongs to the franchise’s push into South America, providing the continent’s clubs and leagues a bigger existence within the game.

Copa Libertadores, likewise called CONMEBOL Libertadores (for South America’s football federation) will be participated in FIFA’s profession mode by the Copa Sudamericana, the continent’s second- a lot of distinguished club championship (think about UEFA’s Champions League and Europa League). Both competitions have actually appeared in Konami’s Pro Advancement Soccer series in the past.

The FIFA series has likewise had UEFA and Champions League licensing for the past 2 years, following the end of a 10- year unique pact in between that federation and Konami. It looks like CONMEBOL’s competitions will be getting comparable treatment.

Copa Libertadores will have its own 32-club tournament mode, in which players might take familiar names like Argentina’s C.A. Independiente (7 Copa Libertadores titles), Boca Juniors (6), and River Plate (4); Uruguay’s Peñarol (5 champions); and Brazil’s Flamengo (2) and Palmeiras (one).

FIFA 20’s profession modes will discover Copa Libertadores along with Copa Sudamericana and the CONMEBOL Recopa, a home- and-home series in between the winners of both competitions, as playable fixtures. EA Sports stated there would likewise be Copa Libertadores products coming to FIFA 20’s Ultimate Team.

Copa Libertadores 2020 started on Jan. 21 with certifying phases, the 3rd of which will start on Feb.26 That will figure out the last 4 teams to make group- phase play, which begins in mid-March. Flamengo, Palmeiras, Peñarol, River Plate, Grêmio, Nacional, Olimpia, and Boca Juniors are the top attracts eachgroup The final is set up for Nov. 21 at the Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro.

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