NCAA Football 14 News: A new NCAA Football 14 trailer reveals the first new gameplay details, including the ability to cut while running and make hard-hitting impact plays.
NCAA Football 14 gameplay engine detailed in trailer
A new NCAA Football 14 trailer reveals the first new gameplay details, including the ability to cut while running and the new impact
NCAA Football 14 gameplay is going to improve upon what gamers experienced from the college football franchise’s last season, and it’s mostly due to an overhauled graphics engine.
The developers behind NCAA Football 14 huddled around a video and explain the shots they’re calling in this year’s game, including the ability to make hard cuts while running, which increase the unpredictability that is often a part of college football games on Saturdays.
“Featuring real-time physics and enhanced running game that allows users to feel the big plays on offense and defense,” said EA Sports.
The new Infinity Engine that power NCAA Football 14 allows for big hits, stiff-arms, realistic hard cuts to change direction, and improved run blocking
New acceleration bursts will also get players around corners and through defensive lanes for a chance to break out into the open field, claimed EA.
“The inclusion of the Infinity Engine and several new gameplay features make this year’s game feel incredibly fresh and authentic,” said EA Sports marketing director Randy Chase.
While this producer-helmed gameplay trailer explained some of the new engine details, EA Sports promises more information is on the way, including an introduction to Ultimate Team mode that will give fans the opportunity to play as some of the most well-known players of all time.
Gaming Target will post those additional news updates about NCAA Football 14 between now and the game’s July 9 release date.