The latest instalment of FIFA has been out for nearly two months, but EA have just announced that a new licence will be added to the game come 2020!
FIFA players can look forward to playing South America’s biggest club tournament, as the CONMEBOL Libertadores will be added to FIFA 20 next year.
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How can I play it?
Gamers will have to wait until March 2020, at which point the South American tournament will be made available for download through a free content update (available on PS4, Xbox One and PC).
What is it?
CONMEBOL Libertadores, otherwise known as Copa Libertadores de America, is the most prestigious tournament in South American football.
FIFA players will be able to take control of historic clubs from Uruguay, Peru, Paraguay, Ecuador and beyond, as you look to lead your team to glory.
Where can we play it?
Esteemed South American clubs will be able to use across Ultimate Team, Career Mode, Kick-Off and of course, the new CONMEBOL Libertadores Tournament Mode.
Is the Copa Libertadores the only new tournament?
No! EA have also announced that Copa Sudamericana and Recopa Sudamericana will be coming to FIFA 20 as part of the update.
For all you European football fans, think of Copa Libertadores as the South American Champions League, whilst the Copa Sudamericana is the equivalent to he Europa league.
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The Recopa Sudamericana is similar to the UEFA SuperCup in that the winners of Copa Libertadores will face off against the winners of Copa Sudamericana.
Bringing Boca Back?
With EA stating that players will be able to lead team like River Plate, Boca Juniors, Flamengo, Corinthians, and Colo-Colo through the competition, is this a confirmation that Boca Juniors will be returning to FIFA 20?
The Argentinian club are currently named Buenos Aires on FIFA 20, with PES 2020 holding the licensing rights to the Boca Juniors franchise.
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Not to mention their groundbreaking agreement which sees the Thai League make its first appearance on any computer game and Konami’s confirmation that they have secured the rights to Euro 2020, with the full tournament being a DLC for PES 2020.
Perhaps EA’s latest FIFA 20 announcement is a hit back at Konami in their ongoing licensing war?