Titled 'Free Your Game', the latest trailer showcases some of the game's freestyle football skills, as well as numerous FIFA Street locations.
Games will be played across the globe in areas such as Rio de Janeiro, Amsterdam, London, New York and Tokyo.
The game will feature five-on-five football matches, as well as more than 100 tricks and styles used in street matches from all over the world.
It will also use the new Street Network, which allows players to record their best tricks and share them with friends. Street Network will also track player stats from tournaments, challenges and online seasons through personalized friend leaderboards.
FC Barcelona forward Lionel Messi will make his FIFA cover debut with FIFA Street.
FIFA Street will be available on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 from March 13 in North America and March 16 in Europe.