FIFA 20 is the latest entry in EA’s long-running franchise. If it’s your umpteenth time jumping into the series, difficulty might be trivial to you, but if it’s your first time, you might be looking to have the game go a little easy on you. Here’s how to change difficulty in FIFA 20.
How to Lower and Raise the Difficulty in FIFA 20
Lowering and raising it in the game can be done in two ways: through a match’s settings or by changing the game’s system settings.
The first method lets you do so on a match-by-match basis while the second changes the default settings.
To change it before a match, you’re first going to need to be offline. In online matches, it cannot be changed as you’re playing against another actual player rather than AI.
When playing in offline modes, before the start of each match, you’ll be given the option to change it.
If you want to change the default difficulty, go to the Customize tab on the main menu. Here, select “Settings.” Then select “Game Settings.”
In here, you’ll see the difficulty settings and this is where you select what you want to be default.
You can choose between beginner, amateur, semi pro, professional, world class and legendary. In Ultimate Team, the Ultimate difficulty is available as well.
Here’s a breakdown of how to change difficulty.
- If in an offline mode, you can change it before a match.
- To change the default difficulty, go to the Customize tab on the main menu.
- Go to Settings and then select Game Settings.
- In here, you can change the difficulty.
That’s it for our guide on how to change the difficulty in FIFA 20.
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