FIFA 14 will feature 33 official football leagues, 600 clubs and 16,000 players.
Detailing the game at this year’s Gamescom in Cologne, EA focused on the new additions and features of FIFA 14.
EA emphasised new additions to the FIFA series, including Chilean and Argentinian leagues. The Brazilian national team will also appear within FIFA 14.
As for game modes, EA detailed the expanded Season mode, which now supports co-op gameplay for the first time. Players are able to play 2 vs 2 online against friends.
The Match Day feature of FIFA 14 will also expand into Seasons, with gameplay affected by real-time events such as player injuries, suspensions, and individual form.
EA also reassured players that no matter which console they bean playing FIFA 14 on, they would be able to transfer their progress to both Xbox One and PS4 upon their release.