NHL 15 E3 Trailer Shows Revamped Physics and Player Emotions

By   /   Jun 9, 2014

Electronic Arts Sports has demonstrated the latest iteration in its Hockey franchise, NHL 15 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in a small trailer.

The developer has promised that NHL 15 will feature the most detailed arena it has ever produced. In addition to this, the character models and even the crowd in the stadium look quite realistic.

The game is being built on the same Ignite Engine which was used to create FIFA 14 for Xbox One and will also power FIFA 15. Furthermore, the characters will have revamped physics and player emotions.

The live commentary aspect of the game has also been revamped. Instead of Gary Thorne and Bill Clement, NHL 15 will feature Doc Emrick and Eddie Olcyzk as new commentators.

As for the athlete on the the official box-cover of the game, he will be either Patrice Bergeron or P.K. Subban. It hasn’t been finalized as of yet.

There was no release date announced, but more information is expected in days to follow.

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