What's On The FIFA 20 Soundtrack And How To Get Track List On Spotify
Chances are, you're going to be spending a lot of time playing FIFA 20 this year, which means that you're going to have the FIFA 20 soundtrack stuck in your brain for the entire year.
There've been a fair few FIFA bangers over the years - like Dizzee Rascal & Calvin Harris in FIFA 17, Kasabian in FIFA 15 and, of course, Blur on FIFA: Road To World Cup 98.
The big question is, will EA Sports be able to able to choose tracks that'll make you want to dance, or will they be as grating as Graeme Souness on Monday Night Football?
So far, only a few songs have been released from FIFA 20, with the rest being revealed on Friday 13 September. From the currently released tracks, Que Calor by Major Lazer ft. J Balvin and El Alfa looks to be the standout hit on this version. Producer of the song, Diplo says that the track was influenced by the culture and lifestyle of street football.
He said: "We were really excited to be able to produce the lead track that is featured in the new Volta Football mode.
"When we shared an early version of the track with EA Sports FIFA team they loved it, so we knew we had to finish it and release the single"
Here are the songs that have been released so far.
- Que Calor by Major Lazer, J Balvin, El Alfa
- The Cracks by Another Sky
- RUNAWAY by Half Alive
- Ozone by JyellowL
- Frens by Obongjayar
- Highway by Suzi Wu
- Here 4 U by Alison Wonderland, BLESSUS
- Bubblin by Anderson: Paak
- Confess To Me by Disclosure. Jessie Ware Settle (Deluxe Version)
- People Say by Don Diablo, Paije
- Tunnel Vision by Hoodboi, Jerry Folk. Breathing Room
- Way Past Them by Ivan Ooze
- Make Way For The King by Ohana Bam
- Get the Strap by Trillary Banks. Vote 4 Trillary
- Coasting by Zdot, Wiley
Listen to the VOLTA FOOTBALL soundtrack here
In attempt to freshen up the franchise, EA Sports have introduced FIFA Street-esque VOLTA mode in FIFA 20.
EA describe it as: "a brand-new style of gameplay grounded in football realism which immerses players in the flow of the street with new tools including simplified flicks and skill moves, new flair animations, or using the wall as a teammate."
Players will be able to play three vs three Rush (no GKs), four vs four, four vs four rush, five vs five and professional futsal.