Same as last year.
Last year, the FIFA Ultimate Team Legends content was exclusive to the Xbox One- that was back when EA believed Microsoft’s Xbox One would dominate the generation. They announced a lot of exclusive games and content for Microsoft’s box back then- FIFA Ultimate Team Legends, as outlined above, Titanfall (which was also announced for Xbox 360 and PC), and Plants vs Zombies 2, among other things.
Of course, the position has now changed, and EA now seems to be more favorable towards Sony, and their PlayStation 4, ever since it became clear that it would be the console to beat this time around. So it comes as somewhat of a surprise to see that Microsoft is again getting FIFA Ultimate Team Legends exclusively this year as well.
Ultimate Team Legends, of course, is an addition that allows players collect legendary stars of football throughout its history for Ultimate Team mode.
FIFA 15 will be launching later this year for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii, Nintendo 3DS, and PC.