It’s been a tough time to be a fan of Brazilian soccer recently. After the 2014 FIFA World Cup host nation’s chronically unconvincing performances and eventual 7-1 semi-final implosion to Germany, suffice it to say the loyal Brazilian supporters were due a break. Unfortunately, they won’t find it the upcoming FIFA 15, which due to licensing changes within the Brazilian domestic league will ship devoid of historic and famous Brazilian teams like Santos, Corinthians, and Fluminense. However, Brazil’s national team will still feature, as will Brazilian players plying their trade abroad, but players looking to take the reins of Brazilian club teams will be forced to live with last year’s FIFA 14 for now. FIFA 15 launches on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS Vita, 3Ds, Wii and PC on September 23 in North America and September 26 in Europe.