EA Sports has revealed details of this year's entry in its popular FIFA series.
FIFA 14's headline features include overhauled shooting mechanics, an improved training mode and more realistic physics.
A new feature called Pure Shot allows players to adjust their stride and approach angle when shaping to shoot, as well as let fly when off balance or rushed.
New moves have also been added to players' repertoires, enabling them to protect the ball, curl lofted through balls, and pull off sprint dribble turns and variable dribble touches.
FIFA 14 boasts improved tackling, with second-chance challenges now permitted, meaning that players can recover and win the ball even if their initial attempt was botched.
A new competitive mode dubbed Skill Games helps players of all levels improve their game and hone their skills to the degree required to compete on the FIFA 14's higher difficulty settings, as well as online.
Career Mode is bolstered by the inclusion of an improved scouting system that helps players discover new talent all year round, and develop their own scouting network.
As was the case with previous instalments, FIFA 14 will feature myriad licensed clubs and leagues comprising more than 15,000 real-life players.
FIFA 14 will be released in the autumn on Xbox 360, PS3, PC and other unconfirmed platforms.