EA Sports has confirmed previous rumors that FIFA 14: Ultimate Team will have support for cross-platforms.
What this means is that players will be able to access their “FIFA 14 Ultimate Team full roster, tournament trophies, in-game items and in-game currency (coins)” from either the PS3, Xbox 360 or PS4 and Xbox One.
Any changes made on one console will carry on to the other. So players can access their profiles from any console. Gamers will also have a one-time choice to transfer their FIFA Points between Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and between PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4
Those who began their Ultimate careers on the Xbox 360 or PS3 will be able to carry their current division in Seasons mode over to the new consoles. Once the PS4 and Xbox One launch, players will have a “one-time choice to transfer their FIFA Points between the Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and between the PS3 and PS4”.
“Our fans invest an enormous amount of time and energy into FIFA Ultimate Team as they craft their own unique squads, and recognizing that investment is absolutely essential,” said Matt Bilbey, Senior Vice-President and Group GM, EA SPORTS. “We will ensure that no time will be wasted and fans will get full value for the investment they make from the start of the season on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 to their move to their new console.”
FIFA 14 will release on September 24 in North America and September 27 in Europe for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. The next-gen versions, PS4 and Xbox One, will release “later this year”.
Source EA Sports