It's likely to take inspiration from off-shoot series FIFA Street, which focuses on five-a-side matches and fancy footwork. EA got in touch with NowGamer to note that the Streets mode is for 3DS only and won't be making an appearance in the home console editions.
The ESRB rating also confirms that you'll be able to take part in tournaments, careers and create your own Be A Pro player in the latest handheld version of the beautiful game.
This is a soccer simulation game in which players engage in realistic matches with authentic teams across international leagues. Players can practice penalty kicks, assign on-field strategies, and participate in a variety of game modes (e.g., Career, Tournament, Be a Pro, Streets) to improve their ball-handling skills.
FIFA 13 is warming up for a release at the end of September: 25th September for North America, 27th September for Australia and, last but not least, 28th September for Europe.