EA Sports announced today that they will be pushing back the release of NBA Live 15.
EA announced the news via a blog post citing extra time to “polish the game” as the reasoning they’ve pushed back the release date. EA and the Live series have gone through some rough times as of late cancelling back in 2010 and releasing what has been called the worst game in franchise history last year with NBA Live 14. Hopefully this extra time is truly to polish a game that the writer says has received a lot of positive feedback thus far.
Earlier, EA released an “Improved Visuals” trailer and claimed the graphics were of actual gameplay, which if that’s true they have made considerable strides with the Ignite engine.
NBA Live was originally set to release alongside rival NBA 2K15, but will now release alongside the start of the NBA season October 28 on PS4 and Xbox One.