The US software classification body gave the game an 'E' for everyone rating and provided the following rating summary:
This is a soccer simulation game in which players engage in realistic matches with teams across international leagues. Players can practice penalty kicks, assign on-field strategies, and participate in a variety of game modes (e.g., Streets, Career, Tournament, Training) to improve their ball-handling skills.
EA Sports has yet to provide full details on the game modes featured in the upcoming title, but 'Streets' sounds like a street football offering.
The company has previously released four standalone FIFA Street games, the last of which was 2012's FIFA Street.
The FIFA 15 release date is September 26 on PC, Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, 3DS and Vita.
EA has said that "not all game features are available on all gaming platforms." For example, FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Legends will be exclusive to Xbox consoles.