NCAA Football 14 Demo Now Available

College football season is nearly upon us! The NCAA Football 14 demo is now available on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network.

Fans can get their first look at the all-new Infinity Engine 2 with three marquee matchups: Alabama vs. Virginia Tech in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game, one of the brand-new neutral site matchups, Ohio State at Michigan, and Oregon at Texas A&M. Each matchup will feature three-minute quarters and fully customizable game rules and custom AI (including all-new camera angles).

But that's not all. The demo will also include Tutorial Mode, allowing players to get accustomed to the new Infinity Engine 2 and Force Impact systems.

Xbox 360 players who download the demo will also receive an exclusive Nissan Heisman Winner item that will be unlocked in the full retail version of the game. There are also perks for NCAA Football Ultimate Team players. Players will receive one Ultimate Team pack for completing a single game in the demo, and another pack for sharing the demo with a friend.

The full version of NCAA Football 14 will be available on Tuesday, July 9 for Xbox 360 and PS3. Fans can learn more at the NCAA Football website. Pre-order today to receive exclusive Conference Packs.

Keep up to date and visit the NCAA Football websiteFacebook, and Twitter to find exclusive assets and unique insights into all of this year’s new features. College football enthusiasts can also get involved in the conversation by tweeting with the hashtag #PLAYTRUE.

For the full press release, please see below.

NCAA FOOTBALL 14 DEMO LAUNCHES ON XBOX 360 AND PS3

Be the First on the Field with Three Exciting Matchups and Nike Skills Trainer

June 18, 2013 – College football season starts early as EA SPORTS officially released the NCAA Football 14 demo on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 today. Fans will have the opportunity to experience a neutral site game as they lead either Alabama or Virginia Tech in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game in the Georgia Dome, get a feel for the new Option attack with either Oregon or Texas A&M at Kyle Field, or take part in one of college football’s greatest rivalries when Ohio State and Michigan square off in The Big House. The demo also marks fans’ first opportunity to get their hands on Infinity Engine 2 and see how the power of realistic physics allows them to play true to their favorite school.

Rewards are also plentiful this year, as anyone who completes any of the three matchups (win or lose) will receive a free card pack for use in the brand-new NCAA Football Ultimate Team mode. Fans can earn a second Ultimate Team card pack by sharing the demo with friends. Additionally, Xbox 360 players will receive a special Nissan Heisman Winner Ultimate Team item simply by starting up the demo.

In addition to the in-game matchups, those looking for a leg up on the competition can begin learning new game mechanics and refreshing their abilities in the new Nike Skills Trainer. This new training mode provides full video tutorials as well as gameplay drills for football elements such as how to effectively run the Triple Option, dominate the air with Total Control Passing, win the turnover battle as a Ball Hawk and much more.

NCAA Football 14 gives players more control over their fate on the field or as a coach than ever before. The introduction of Infinity Engine 2 allows you to play true to your team with gameplay tuned with the college game in mind, while new Coach Skills and Power Recruiting create the most engrossing Dynasty experience in a generation. Add in the all-new inclusion of the fan-favorite Ultimate Team mode, which includes a large number of former NCAA stars, and you have the most feature-rich entry in the history of the franchise.

The demo is available today for Xbox Live Gold subscribers and PlayStation Network users. It will be available on Tuesday, June 25 for Xbox Live Silver members. Fans are encouraged to keep up to date by visiting NCAA Football on the web, Facebook, and Twitter for exclusive assets and unique insights into all this year’s new features. College football enthusiasts can also get involved in the conversation by tweeting with the hashtag #PLAYTRUE.

NCAA Football 14 is developed in Orlando, Florida by EA Tiburon, with trademarks licensed by IMG College’s The Collegiate Licensing Company on behalf of its partner institutions. NCAA Football 14 will be available on the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system and the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system on July 9. For more information about NCAA Football, please visit http://www.easports.com/ncaa-football on the web, https://www.facebook.com/easportsncaafootball?fref=ts on Facebook, and follow @EANCAAFootball on Twitter. For NCAA Football 14 assets please visit http://ncaafootball14.newslinevine.com/.

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