NBA Live 14, EA Sports’ next-gen only hoops game, is available now on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Here are some details on the game, courtesy of our friends at EA Sports:
Today Electronic Arts Inc. launched NBA LIVE 14 on Xbox One, the all-in-one entertainment system from Microsoft, and the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system. The game features revolutionary new bounceTek dribble physics, dynamic player and team ratings and tendency updates via CourtQ and Synergy Sports, constantly evolving LIVE Season Challenges, the fan-favorite Ultimate Team mode and much more.
“It feels great to bring NBA LIVE back to the hardwood,” said Executive Producer Sean O’Brien. “It’s an exciting time in our industry with the launches of both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles. For NBA LIVE 14 to be chosen as one of the five launch titles from EA shows the commitment the company has to this franchise. I’m looking forward to continuing to bring NBA fans an authentic, relevant and connected basketball gaming experience in the years ahead.”
“I’m so happy fans are finally getting to play NBA LIVE 14,” added Cleveland Cavaliers All-Star point guard andNBA LIVE 14 cover athlete Kyrie Irving. “I loved these games growing up, and it’s great to see them back again. It’s been a pleasure working with the EA SPORTS team and we think this is the best version yet.”
NBA LIVE 14 delivers a number of features for the NBA game enthusiast. Players will be able to utilize bounceTek dribbling for an unprecedented level of control with the ball in their hands. The innovative physics-based dribbling system provides organic control and authentic responsiveness, introducing a rhythm-based dribble that mimics the NBA game and allows fans to perform ankle-breaking crossovers, hesitations and more.
CourtQ allows NBA LIVE 14 to sync step-for-step with the actual NBA season as it happens, providing updates to over 70 player and team ratings, tendencies, stats and more, all updated within hours after each NBA game. CourtQ allows NBA LIVE 14 to sync step-for-step with the actual NBA season, as it happens.