The release of Axis Football 2020 is fast approaching, and the team at Axis Games has given fans a glimpse at what they can expect with a brand new gameplay trailer.

The trailer showcases both on-field action as well as off-field features like the game’s franchise mode. In this year’s game players will see new animations, presentation graphics, stat tracking, a 15-person coaching staff, live draft presentations, and more.

The latest in the Axis Football series that started as a web-based game back in 2014, Axis Football 2020 features more gameplay improvements than any installment in the franchise’s history.

A game that focuses on delivering an authentic franchise mode, Axis Football 2020 will feature the aforementioned coaching staff and draft presentation changes. That said, it will also include changes to how player contracts are structured, player career stats, and a more detailed depth chart, among others.

On the gameplay side of things, new catching animations will add smoother transitions between catching and running. There are also a number of new fully-3D stadiums to play in this year.

If you are looking to know more, Axis Games’ founder and lead developer Danny Jugan took part in the 2020 SGO Showcase back in June where he went through a number of changes coming to this year’s game.

Axis Football 2020 launches in September for PC and Xbox One. The series decided to take a year off from the PlayStation 4 version of the game due to various certification issues.

What do you think of the trailer for Axis Football 2020? Will you be picking it up when it hits the digital marketplace? Let us know in the comment section below, and stick with Sports Gamers Online for more information.

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