FIFA 15's Ultimate Team Legends will be exclusive to Xbox platforms, according to the game's box art.
While an exclusivity deal for the upcoming game has yet to be announced by EA, packshots on sites like GAME and Amazon reveal the Ultimate Team Legends feature will only appear on Microsoft's consoles, as it did in FIFA 14.
The box art featured on the site's (right) isn't final and we've contacted EA for clarification about the content's exclusivity.
Ultimate Team Legends allows users to craft their FIFA Ultimate Teams with a mix of legendary players on the pitch alongside today's stars.
FIFA 14's classic players included Ruud Gullit, Dennis Bergkamp, Pelé, Romario, Luis Figo, Patrick Vieira, Gary Lineker and Pavel Nedved.
The FIFA 15 release date is September 26 on PC, Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, 3DS and Vita. EA says "not all game features are available on all gaming platforms."