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Tuesday, September 9, 2014


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NBA Live 15 has been delayed to October 28 to coincide with opening night of the NBA’s 2014-15 season.
Producer Sean O’Brien announced the new release date in an open letter on EA’sNBA Live 15 blog.
“We will be taking a few extra weeks to polish the game and make sure you get an incredible NBA experience from the moment you first boot up the title,” O’Brien said.
The decision appears to factor in feedback from previews at Gamescom and responses to its Visual Trailer. O’Brien said the team has been working on all areas of 5-on-5 gameplay to improve control and responsiveness and animations.

O’Brien acknowledged at E3 2014 that EA fell short on delivering a quality game with NBA Live 14. We called it a mess, giving it a 4.3.
The game was previously expected to launch against its chief competition, NBA 2K15, on October 7.
NBA Live 15 will feature recently announced Portland Trailblazer, Damian Lillard, as its cover athlete and will be released for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. 


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