author: Bart Swiatek
Free Copa Libertadores Update for FIFA 20 in March
FIFA 20 will receive a large free update, called Copa Libertadores, in March, which will add three South American tournaments: Copa Libertadores, Copa Sudamericana and CONMEBOL Recopa.
IN A NUTSHELL:
- On March 3, FIFA 20 will receive a free update called Copa Libertadores;
- The patch will introduce three tournaments: Copa Libertadores, Copa Sudamericana and CONMEBOL Recopa;
- The patch will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
EA Sports' football simulator FIFA 20 will soon receive a large free update called Copa Libertadores, adding several South American club tournaments to the game. The patch will make its debut on March 3 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (unfortunately it looks like Nintendo Switch owners who already have a worse version of the game at their disposal will not get the patch either).
In addition to the tournament, whose name served as the title of the update (the so-called Liberators of America Cup, which is the equivalent of the European Champions League), we will also receive the Copa Sudamericana tournaments (comparable to the European League) and CONMEBOL Recopa (the cup for which the winners of the two previous ones compete).
We will experience all the novelties in the career mode, instant match and the new CONMEBOL Libertadores module. We will lead the famous teams from: Uruguay, Peru, Paraguay, Ecuador, Brazil, Argentina and other countries, such as C.A. Independiente, Corinthians, Colo-Colo, Universidad Católica, Boca Juniors, CA Penarol, River Plate, Palmeiras or Flamengo. Content related to these games will also appear in FIFA 20 Ultimate Team mode.
We would like to remind that FIFA 20 debuted on September 27 last year.
- FIFA 20 - official website
- FIFA 20 - game guide