EA has announced FIFA 14 for the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It launches this autumn.

In its official marketing material EA failed to mention the Wii U, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo 3DS or PlayStation 4, but did add that "additional platforms" would be revealed in the months ahead.

New features for this year's game include Pure Shot and a new ball physics system. There's more over at Eurogamer's preview, based on an event held by EA at its Guildford, UK office.

"FIFA 14 will play the way great matches are contested with build up through midfield, tension throughout the match as chances are created, and incredible finishing," said David Rutter, executive producer for FIFA 14. "Opportunities in FIFA 14 will be rewarding and great goals will look stunning."

Screenshots are below.

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