A placeholder box art has been released for FIFA 15, and it appears to confirm that Ultimate Team Legends will again be an exclusive feature to both Xbox consoles. EA has yet to make an official announcement regarding the exclusive feature.
The find comes via UK game retailer GAME’s website.
Ultimate Team Legends allows players of the popular FIFA Ultimate Team mode to collect various legendary soccer players to use on their club. Players like Pelé, Luis Figo and Gary Lineker were just some of those available for use in the Xbox version of FIFA 14.
FIFA 15 releases in North America on September 23, and in Europe on September 26. The game will release on Nintendo 3DS, Wii, PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One and Xbox 360. The final box art for the game is expected to come in the coming weeks.
What do you think of the exclusives coming to Xbox? Does it matter to you? Leave your thoughts in the comment section below.
Mike’s Musings: When it comes to “console exclusives” for most games, it’s usually never anything big enough to make players choose one console over another. People choose consoles based on what they want as a whole, not just one game. I don’t expect this to have any impact on the sales of either the Xbox One or PlayStation 4.