Updated kits and squad rosters are the only addition to the 3DS version of FIFA 14.
EA has confirmed that "FIFA 14 Legacy Edition delivers unmatched authenticity that reflects the current football season with updated kits and rosters but no updates to gameplay or game modes".
It was revealed last month that the Vita version of the game is also technically identical to last year’s release – which itself was a re-skin of Vita launch title FIFA Soccer.
It has also been confirmed that both the Wii and PS2 releases of FIFA 14 are identical – strips and squads aside – to previous iterations.
None of this is reflected in the RRPs, however, which CVG reports are as follows: Vita - £39.99, 3DS – £34.99, Wii – £32.99 and PS2 – £19.99.
This means that the Xbox 360, PS3, PC and smartphone versions of the game are the only ones to welcome the host of gameplay changes described by EA over the last few months.
The Xbox One and PS4 versions will also be different, having been built on the new Ignite engine.
FIFA 14 is released on a multitude of formats this Friday (Friday 27th September).