E3 2013: EA Announces FIFA 14, NBA Live 14 and Madden NFL 25 for the Xbox One and PS4

on June 10, 2013 4:57 PM

EA has revealed NBA Live 14, the next entry in their popular basketball series, for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game will be the first in the series to implement “bounce tech”, new technology that will enhance experience of dribbling the ball in the game. The game will be updated with actual player information within an hour of every real life basketball game ending. Exciting! NBA Live 14 will be available later this year.

EA also announced Madden NFL 25, the next entry in the world’s most popular football video game series. The game will use new technology, such as the “True Step locomotion system”, focused on enhancing the game’s line-play and developing AI players who “move and think” like actual NFL players. Running back Adrian Peterson will star on the game’s cover. Madden NFL 25 will also be available this year.

FIFA 14 was also shown off and the game will debut “massive game-play innovations”, such as “pro instincts” which will allow players to make four times the number of calculations every second and “elite techniques”, designed to increase the realism of the game.

Finally, UFC, which was also shown, will contain a new MMA system, which takes a new unique level of player intelligence. It will also implement new technology designed to allow players to experience what it’s like to actually receive a blow in an MMA fight. Haven’t you always wondered what that was like? UFC will be available next spring.

New trailers for UFC, NBA Live 14, Madden NFL 25 and FIFA 14 can be viewed below.

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