FIFA 14 has no big differences compared to its predecessor – a few control changes, the playing speed is a bit slower, a few small differences in the playing modes and a few other improvements, e.g. the ball physics or animations, here and there. The unique selling points are still the broad license package and a big selection of playing modes. Besides the usual leagues and matches, the two most unique modes are Ultimate Team (basically a trading card variant in which players have to assemble a team with a good chemistry) and career mode (includes various features of soccer managers, e.g. scouting).
Exclusive to this version are tournaments, FIFA Interactive World Cup, Be a Pro (taking control over a single athlete), Head to Head and the Creation Centre mode. Otherwise the main difference to the PS4/Xbox One version is the absence of the new Ignite engine.