Here’s what’s new in NHL 20

NHL 20 is available today, and ahead of Stevivor’s thoughts on the yearly release, we thought we’d share a bit about what’s been added this time around.

The biggest change across the board is a new broadcast package with James Cybulski and Ray Ferraro at the helm, a welcome change from the stale commentary previously provided by NBC’s Eddie Olczyk and Doc Emerick. The package comes with a host of new player, goal, and scoreboard graphics.

Next, Eliminator, the battle royale-inspired mode that is essentially a gigantic tournament. You can play Eliminator in Ones or Threes modes, both found in the World of Chel. World of Chel has also been upgraded to allow for a host of new customisation options, with some exclusive to Chel challenges.

You can take a look at what’s new in the video below.

NHL 20 is available now on Xbox One and PS4.

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