The press release, sent by Nintendo and obtained by Examiner, plainly says that there are virally no need updates to the game aside from uniforms and rosters.
"FIFA 14 Legacy Edition" delivers unmatched authenticity that reflects the current football season with updated kits and rosters but no updates to gameplay or game modes," the release reads.
Last month at Gamescom, "FIFA" producer David Rutter confirmed to Eurogamer that "FIFA 14" on the PlayStation Vita would also be just a roster update and void of any new gameplay additions.
The move probably has something to do with a lack of real interest in the series on handhelds. Combined sales on the Vita and 3DS were far from stellar. The series sold just 440,000 combined copies on both handhelds, according to video game sales tracking website VGChartz.
"FIFA 14" on the Nintendo 3DS is set for a September 24 release.