Oh yes, it's time to rejoice because EA Sports are bringing back the beloved FIFA Street mode in their latest edition of the game.
The big draw this year is VOLTA Football, which focuses on the "small-side" of the game, also known as street ball. You can create your own pro prior to starting in Volta, and they can be male or female with customized clothing, hairstyle, tattoos, emotes... the list goes on. There'll be different sizes of arena to play in, both with and without walls, taking you from an underpass in Amsterdam to a cage in London or a Tokyo rooftop. With it being a showcase game at EA Play and E3 on the horizon, expect to see more of The World's Game sooner rather than later.
To some extent, Volta is going to make up for FIFA's Journey story mode, which ended with last year's instalment. "In addition, VOLTA offers different sizes of arenas and environments with and without walls, giving you the freedom to play the handsome game your way". In VOLTA Kick-Off players will be able to take their favourite professional teams to the court in exhibition matches.
Strafe Dribbling: the new strafe dribble mechanic adds more dimension to attacking options; enabling you to move with more agility than ever to lure your opponent in before beating him with speed or skill. "While we don't have confirmation on this, it seems obvious that the 'Legacy Edition" of Federation Internationale de Football Association 20 will be nothing more than a roster update.
Dynamic One-on-Ones: built using the game tempo from the world's best leagues, an overhauled gameflow offers more true-to-life spacing and pace of play, resulting in more 1 on 1 opportunities putting emphasis on user-controlled Decisive Moments.