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FIFA 20 and Volta Football Soundtracks Revealed

EA has revealed the official FIFA 20 soundtrack, which includes new music from Major Lazer, which is featured in the all-new VOLTA FOOTBALL mode, inspired by the culture of street football from around the globe.

The music of FIFA 20 brings together both emerging and globally-acclaimed artists to create a diverse tracklist featuring Grammy-award winner Diplo’s global dance music trio Major Lazer, rising star Anderson .Paak, world renowned electronic music duo Disclosure and one of dance music’s pioneering forces Don Diablo. The complete FIFA 20 soundtrack will be available on Spotify, Apple and Deezer from September 13. In the meantime, check out all the tracks included in the demo on the FIFA 20 soundtrack here and VOLTA FOOTBALL soundtrack here.

“Originally, FIFA soundtracks reflected world culture. Then they began to influence culture. Today, the FIFA soundtracks have become culture,” said Steve Schnur, President of Music, Electronic Arts. “For the first time in franchise history, we’ve curated two separate soundtracks for the game featuring an unprecedented 110+ tracks representing more than 20 countries. The roster of artists not only captures the global spirit of the game from the stadiums to the streets, but elevates it like never before.”

Major Lazer contributed to the VOLTA FOOTBALL soundtrack with their newly released song ‘Que Calor’ that also features J.Balvin and El Alfa. The lead track for the mode was influenced by the culture and lifestyle of street football and its various forms of play around the world.

“We were really excited to be able to produce the lead track that is featured in the new VOLTA FOOTBALL mode, said Diplo. “When we shared an early version of the track with the FIFA team, they loved it, so we knew we had to finish it and release it as a single. Bringing on Balvin and El Alfa let us take the track to another level and we can’t wait for fans all over the world to hear it.”

Fans eager to get their hands on FIFA 20 early can get in on the action with the free demo now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. In the demo, fans can preview the brand-new VOLTA FOOTBALL game mode, an all-new experience in FIFA 20 inspired by the small-sided form of football played in the streets, cages and futsal courts across the world. Additionally, fans can experience a UEFA Champions League match in the 11v11 Kick-Off mode.

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  1. Ultimately I'll end up turning the music off like most soundtracks and listen to my own stuff. Even if the soundtrack is great, a year of listening to the same songs gets annoying no matter the quality. Hopefully it's better than '19 though. Only liked a few songs but even those got old quickly. As long as I never have to hear "She hit me with that Jackie Chan, swish, swish, swash, swash. I hit her with that, "Yes, I can" again, then I'll be fine lol
    jrnlgrn
    Ultimately I'll end up turning the music off like most soundtracks and listen to my own stuff. Even if the soundtrack is great, a year of listening to the same songs gets annoying no matter the quality. Hopefully it's better than '19 though. Only liked a few songs but even those got old quickly. As long as I never have to hear "She hit me with that Jackie Chan, swish, swish, swash, swash. I hit her with that, "Yes, I can" again, then I'll be fine lol

    LOL, that song was hilarious though but for me I usually like Fifa's soundtrack which is odd for me because I cut off all soundtracks in any other sports game. Still nothing will top Fifa 06's soundtrack for me they had Damian Marley, Doves, Bloc Party and Oasis on there.
    Are they saying there are 2 different soundtracks, one for FIFA and one for VOLTA? How would that work? I mean, are they not going to use every song in the game as background music for the menu?
    Man, I miss the days when FIFA offered a real scrimmage mode, rather than just this godawful practice arena nonsense.  I used to love messing around, listening to the soundtrack, and learning the game without all the delays of an actual game.
    Why would they get rid of that?
    PPerfect_CJ
    Are they saying there are 2 different soundtracks, one for FIFA and one for VOLTA? How would that work? I mean, are they not going to use every song in the game as background music for the menu?
    Was wondering this as well. The article makes it seem like there will be separate soundtracks.
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    DBMcGee3
    Man, I miss the days when FIFA offered a real scrimmage mode, rather than just this godawful practice arena nonsense.* I used to love messing around, listening to the soundtrack, and learning the game without all the delays of an actual game.
    Why would they get rid of that?
    Who knows. It was an offline feature, so they said screw it.
    Playing the practice arena while listening to the soundtracks on FIFA 11-12 literally turned me into a huge soccer fan.
    From what I read on a EA help account on Twitter it sounds like the soundtracks really are going to be exclusive to their respective modes. Boo!
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    jrnlgrn
    From what I read on a EA help account on Twitter it sounds like the soundtracks really are going to be exclusive to their respective modes. Boo!
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    People are already complaining about it on Twitter. Maybe we can get it changed. It’s really stupid to have them separate.

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