EA says it will reveal FIFA 14 for additional platforms "in the months ahead."
EA has revealed the first details for FIFA 14, which the company has officially confirmed for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.
No next-gen support was confirmed, but EA says it will reveal FIFA 14 for additional platforms "in the months ahead."
The main changes to this year's take on the annual football franchise includes a new ball physics engine and a feature called Pure Shot. Pure Shot is designed to allow players to adjust their stride and approach angles, with the game now incorporating off-balance and rushed shots.
EA also says it has added the ability to maintain momentum while turning in any direction while sprinting, that there is more variety on touches when sprinting, and says that the intelligence of the AI has been improved.
A new feature, which EA calls Protect The Ball, is also designed to give attacking players more ways to block defenders while dribbling.
The game's career mode will also receive an update, allowing players to manage a global network of talent scouts and featuring a redesigned hub.
Elsewhere, FIFA Ultimate Team will be updated, a new online mode will be implemented, and social tracker Football Club will make a return.
No exact FIFA 14 release date was provided by EA, but FIFA games traditionally launch in September.