The groups are mixed between female and male players - the first time at the FIFA Coins 20 game's background, and something the team is keen to emphasise as it is"most diverse" mode yet (Prior said the team have always been keen on bringing more women to the game but have been hamstrung by the actual regulations of soccer itself).
Volta's also divided in to two different sub-modes. There is the Kick Away Volta mode that'll allow you to use real-world gamers in mini versions of their teams - play Real Madrid's Gareth Bale, Luca Modric and Sergio Ramos in 3v3 Rush, for example, in a derby against Atlético - but that is pretty much that.
From the World manner, however, things are more significant. You create one player in the buy Fut 20 Coins beginning. They could again be male or female, with all sorts of alternatives because of their appearance from tattoos to clothes and footwear (unlocked with in-game money or via completing challenges - more on that below). Then you set your home pitch up, where you choose a set group size and pitch type.
This seems like one of Volta's most interesting components much - the way you put up your home pitch is a decision. In World mode you will play with a kind of FUT Rivals-style League and at that League you're play home and away matches against other gamers online.