Updated: Fri, 05 Jul 2013 08:42:04 GMT | By Relaxnews

College players talk 'NCAA Football 14' in launch trailer

Gameplay montages meet college football talking heads in the launch trailer for July 9 release "NCAA Football 14."

College players talk 'NCAA Football 14' in launch trailer

College players talk 'NCAA Football 14' in launch trailer

As cover athlete, Denard Robinson leads the line as the former quarterback and wide reciever for Michigan, now at the Jacksonville Jaguars.

He's joined by EJ Manuel (Florida State and Buffalo Bills QB), Texas A&M's head coach Kevin Sumlin, and running back Kenjon Barner (of Oregon and the Carolina Panthers).

As ever, the EA Sports franchise focuses on realism, with mascots and stadium signage recreated in-game, and a focus on special moves, physical prowess, tactical systems and college dynasties.

Like EA's NFL series, "NCAA Football 14" is developed by the publisher's Tiburon studio in Florida, with both games sharing the Infinity Engine 2 on Xbox 360 and PS3, while the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of "Madden NFL 25" are using the group's new Ignite technology.

A downloadable NCAA demo has been available on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 since June 18 (June 25 for Xbox Live Silver members), with the Xbox 360 version unlocking a Nissan Heisman Winner item in the full game and extra collection card packs available for players of NCAA Football Ultimate Team.

NCAA Football 14 Launch Trailer: youtu.be/cTklaI3EAm0
Official website: easports.com/ncaa-football



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