FIFA 20 Team Of The Week Altered Because Of Coronavirus

FIFA 20's Team of the Week system has been altered because current soccer games are suspended due to coronavirus.

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The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic resulted in the cancellation of soccer play around much of the world, and this has also affected FIFA 20. The Team of the Week feature for FIFA Ultimate Team has been temporarily replaced by Team of the Week Moments to keep players invested during the downtime.

Team of the Week Moments takes historical results from past FIFA Ultimate Team titles, but players' statistics and teams will still be based on their current upgrade path. The squads themselves will be reflections of Team of the Week squads from March onward in specific past years in order to distinguish them from more recent FIFA 20 Team of the Week squads.

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"When thinking about a replacement for TOTW, we wanted to build something that is authentic to football and that is compatible with TOTW if we are able to reintroduce it later this year," the development team said in an update post.

The new Team of the Week Moments system replaces Team of the Week across several areas including FUT Champions rewards, card packs, weekly feature squad battles, FUT objectives, and draft mode. If Team of the Week is able to be reintroduced later this year, it will take the place of Team of the Week Moments, and any existing Team of the Week packs will contain items from its 26th week.

These changes reflect the PS4, Xbox One, and PC versions of FIFA 20. The game's Switch version FIFA 20 Legacy Edition will use Team of the Week 26 until league play resumes.

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