Liverpool players on FIFA 20 look eerily similar to their real-life counterparts

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The wait for FIFA 20 will be over in just under two weeks now.

Fans have gotten a taste of the demo released on Monday ahead of the full game hitting the shelves come September 27.

A host of new features confirmed for the 27th instalment of EA Sports’ long-running franchise has generated plenty of excitement.

The new VOLTA Football game mode offers something of a throwback to the days of FIFA Street, allowing players to compete in small-sided street and futsal matches at 17 venues around the world.

Career Mode is set for substantial improvements relating to interactions with the media and players, while no less than 15 new ICONS have been announced for Ultimate Team.

Just like any other year, FIFA 20 promises an unrivalled experience in terms of licensing, too.

With the rights to digitally replicate more than 30 leagues, 90 stadiums, 700 clubs and 17,000 players down to the finest of details, it’s going to be as immersive as ever.

The FIFA series has also boasted stunning graphics since the advent of current generation video game consoles, but this year deserves special praise.

Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund are available to use on the demo launched earlier this week, and fans have been poring over the player likenesses on show.

Courtesy of the Liverpool Echo, we can take a thorough look at the Reds in particular.

In the case of almost every one of the 31 players, all you can say is ‘wow’.

Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Joel Matip and Trent Alexander-Arnold stand out as the most lifelike for us.

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On the other hand, there’s work to be done on Dejan Lovren and several first-team youngsters like Sepp van den Berg and Adam Lewis who are yet to have their faces scanned into the game.

For the most part, though, you’ve got to hand it to EA Sports for doing another stellar job on the visual side of FIFA 20.

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