10am GMT UPDATE - It looks like things are improving with EA FIFA Direct tweeting:
"Hi all, we see full stability across all platforms. Thanks everyone for your patience!"
Good luck unpacking those new FIFA 20 Future Stars!
Original Story Follows - EA Sports FIFA 20 servers look to be having issues once again this morning, with our story from Friday once again spiking to indicate servers are in trouble once more.
The Independent outage monitor Down Detector has also confirmed a sharp rise in reports of FIFA 20 servers experiencing issues from around 7am this evening.
As per down detector, the outage appears to be impacting all regions of the world, with obviously more problems in the UK and Europe.
The FIFA Support account, @EAFIFADirect, has confirmed the issues, writing:
"Hey all, we're aware of the connectivity issues and are investigating. We will update this thread with more info as it comes in."
There's currently no word on what is causing the issues or when they will be fixed.
The news follows on from the release of the games Future Stars campaign for FIFA 20 Ultimate Team.
According to the developers, the Future Stars campaign features "the brightest young prospects in football and they now have massive ratings boosts reflecting their potential to become the best in the world."
The FIFA Future Stars campaign will feature a total of 40 items that are permanently upgraded and they will appear in several batches in game.
The first batch includes the following players, with full stats viewable in the gallery below:
- Joao Felix (Athletico Madrid)
- Rodrygo (Real Madrid)
- Sandro Tonali (Brescia)
- Mason Greenwood (Manchester United)
- Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal)
- Nicolas Dominquez (Bologna)
- Ozan Kabak (Schalke)
- Mason Mount (Chelsea)
- Moussa Dembele (Lyon)
- Boubacar Kamara (Marseille)
- Lisandro Martinez (Ajax)
- Max Aarons (Norwich City)
- Moussa Diaby (Leverkuzen)
- Emerson (Real Betis)
More to follow. This is a breaking story.