FIFA 14’s Legacy Editions – that’s the handheld, PS2 and Wii editions of the game – will add new kits and team rosters, but very little else over the 2013 and 2012 releases. This revelation comes from a Nintendo press release, regarding the 3DS version of the title.
These versions of FIFA 14, whilst still launching at full price, will deliver “unmatched authenticity that reflects the current football season with updated kits and rosters but no updates to gameplay or game modes.”
That’s a whopping £39.99 for a game which is at best two iterations old, and missing not only the latest updates, but also core modes such as Ultimate Team, which are found in the newer console counterparts. Ouch.
FIFA 14 is released for all current generation – and the newly named Legacy formats – this Friday, September 27, with PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game available alongside their respective console launches in November.