In an effort to make the game more "authentic"...
In an effort to make the game more "authentic", the stylised cartoon-like visuals of previous games in the series has been dropped in favour of a more realistic look, though there will still be the same emphasis on skill moves and tricks. The focus is once again on fast-paced games involving small teams of five or six players per side, one-on-one, and game modes based on panna and futsal also included. As with the previous games in the series, skill moves are an important element of gameplay. FIFA Street will feature twice as many tricks as are possible in FIFA 12, with much greater variety, and over 50 more than its predecessor FIFA Street 3. Other new features will include improved one-touch passing, a feature called Street Ball Control, and a new "ATTACK" dribbling system.
The game will feature a large number of real-life players from 120 teams of many of the world's biggest leagues, and 35 locations from around the world ranging from Amsterdam streets to the beach in Rio de Janeiro. Each of these arenas will attempt to reflect the style of football played in that country. The game will be the first game in the series to feature both national and club teams.