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FIFA 20 1.04 Update Patch Notes

There is a brand-new FIFA 20 update for all football fans out there. This update comes hot on the heels of the recent FIFA 20 1.03 update, which was released just a couple of days ago. Considering the short time span, EA Sports surely wouldn’t introduce massive changes to the game so soon, and the FIFA 20 1.04 update patch notes will tell you as much. This is in fact a hotfix that was released to address a few specific issues, but it may turn out to be extremely important for players who are being severely impacted by them.

FIFA 20 1.04 Update Patch Notes | Highlights

This FIFA 20 update is available to download on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, and it should clock somewhere around 300 MB in size, but that depends on the platform you’re playing on.

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One of the issues that was impacting players happened when they used multiple First Party accounts connected to the same EA account. Occasionally, this would return various errors when trying to play a game mode such as FIFA Ultimate Team or Volta Football.

The other fix is aimed at players who were experiencing issues when they were trying to boot the game. This stability issue could also rear its ugly face when players were about to start a match. EA Sports didn’t go into further detail with this second fix, so it’s safe to assume that the error was happening in all game modes.

This hotfix won’t be the last, as the FIFA 20 developers promise that more information and updates will be released throughout the course of the FIFA 20 season as they become available.

You can look at the FIFA 20 1.04 update patch notes below, and you just have to hit the following link if you want to check the previous 1.03 update patch notes as well.

FIFA 20 1.04 Update Patch Notes

  • Players with multiple First Party accounts that were connected to the same EA account were sometimes experiencing various errors when playing in modes such as FUT or VOLTA FOOTBALL.
  • Stability issue impacting some players during the initial bootflow into the game, or when proceeding into a match.