This year’s FIFA edition updates the experience with a host of new gameplay and balancing tweaks that offer improvements over its predecessor. As for presentation, it’s a typically polished effort from a developer that’s been polishing its product for over twenty years. That extends to celebrations, which allow players to perform signature moves from their favorite players. Here is everything you need to know.
How to do Signature Celebrations in FIFA 20
Performing signature celebrations is a very simple affair. So simple, in fact, that you have probably done it accidentally and are now probably wondering how on earth you pulled it off. That is why you’re here, no doubt.
Well, all you need to do is hit X (PS4) or Y (Xbox One) — buttons you are already probably used to jabbing by default after your opponent scores a goal and you’re wanting to just quickly skip the cutscenes and forget about it. Just keep doing that, basically.
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If you haven’t already, do check out our review in progress for FIFA 20. We are enjoying our sessions with the game so far, but we’ve found that while overall gameplay has improved, some quality of life features represent a step backward.