Football fans around the world are waiting for EA’s new title to drop. FIFA 15 will be released next month and EA has cleared something up today that might not cheer up those who will be playing the title on previous generation consoles. EA has confirmed that FIFA 15 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 will not feature the Pro Clubs mode, it will be limited to PC, PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One.

Pro Club mode in FIFA 15 allows gamers to create a club or join one that has already been created. This mode enables them to play 11 vs 11 online, the mode has been a staple in FIFA titles for the past few years now.

So why is EA not including the mode on FIFA 15 for previous generation consoles? A statement reads that while EA is confident in the “innovation and depth” that the title delivers on these consoles, “there are some things we couldn’t do for FIFA 14 on PS3 and Xbox 360.” EA doesn’t give a concrete reason but does say that it might be due to limitations of these consoles or its own time and resources.

All modes available on FIFA 15 for PS3 and Xbox 360 include FIFA Ultimate Team, Career Mode, EA Sports Football Club, Tournament Mode, Online Seasons, Online Friendlies, Co-Op Seasons, Skill Games, Kick Off, Learn-to-Play and Practice Arena.

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