FIFA 20 update 1.23: New PS4 and Xbox One patch notes for Ultimate Team

EA Sports has released a new FIFA 20 update today that’s available to download right now on PS4 and Xbox One. This patch has already been launched on PC, meaning that gamers on the EA Origin platform already have access to it. From what has been shared online, many of today’s changes affect FIFA Ultimate Team mode and are focused on removing annoying bugs, and getting ready for other changes.

This includes making the Transfer Market price system work more effectively on PS4 and Xbox One.

According to newly released patch notes, today’s FIFA 20 changes will also bring a new feature to the game in the near future.

The Special Quality Filter will make it possible to search for the exact Player Item rarity and will be available to use via the FUT Transfer Market.

A message from EA Sports adds: “Thanks to those who’ve provided feedback. Throughout the course of the FIFA 20 season, we’ll provide you with more information and updates if and when they become available. Be sure to follow @EAFIFADIRECT on Twitter for the latest news and updates.”

Full patch notes from today’s FIFA 20 update 1.23 can be found below, courtesy of EA Sports:


Made the following change:

  • Added the Special Quality Filter, a new feature that will be activated through a server release at a later date and time, and this activation will be announced on the @EAFIFADIRECT Twitter account.
  • The Special Quality Filter enables players to search for the exact Player Item rarity.
  • The Special Quality Filter is available in the Transfer Market, and in the Club tab of the Squad screen.
  • The Special Quality Filter can be accessed by hovering over the Quality tile when performing a search, followed by pressing your controller’s confirmation button.
  • Known Issue: The Special Quality Filter incorrectly displays an option to search for Silver FUT Champions Items, an Item rarity that is not present in-game.

Addressed the following issue:

  • When selecting one of the first 7 Player Items in the search results, the Compare Price function on the Transfer Market was only displaying 1 page of Player Items.

While the latest game in the popular footy series continues to be updated, EA Sports has announced its plans to launch FIFA 21 in October 2020. More details on the upcoming launch can be found below:

When is FIFA 21 coming out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC?

  • FIFA 21 will launch worldwide on October 9, 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. If you pre-order the FIFA 21 Ultimate Edition or Champions Edition you’ll be able to play from October 6.
  • The EA Access (PS4, Xbox One) and Origin Access (PC) Play First Trials will start on October 1.

When will you talk about FIFA 21 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC?

  • We’ll have more to share about FIFA 21 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC over the summer. Stay tuned to @EASPORTSFIFA on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube for the latest updates and trailers.

What does ‘Dual Entitlement’ mean?

  • Once you have your PlayStation5 or Xbox Series X, Dual Entitlement enables you to upgrade your copy of FIFA 21 on PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5, or from Xbox One to Xbox Series X, at no extra cost. Discless consoles require a digital entitlement to upgrade. You can find out more here.

When do I need to redeem by?

  • The Dual Entitlement offer will let you upgrade your copy of the game at no extra cost up until the release of FIFA 22.

Will my progress on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One carry over to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X?

  • All progress you make or content you acquire within FIFA 21 Ultimate Team (including players, items, coins, FIFA Points, match record, and leaderboard placement), as well as all progression in VOLTA FOOTBALL will transfer from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5 and back, or Xbox One to Xbox Series X and back.
  • Progress within all other modes including Online Seasons, Co-Op Seasons, Career Mode, Pro Clubs, etc. will be specific to the console you are playing on and won’t transfer between consoles.

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