So it seems that EA Sports is deciding to wait a bit longer than expected. An EA Rep has released a quick Press Release announcing a later date that they’ve yet to say. To most gamers, this is beginning to look like what could be the end of the NBA Live Franchise.
In addition to the update, EA has invited all gamers to enjoy the newest NBA Live 13 trailer. The response has been a bit underwhelming as consumers have continued an outpour of their personal thoughts. Overall, not good.
The trailer honestly looks much better than the “pre-alpha” build that leaked late August. However it doesn’t look better than NBA Live 10 or Elite 11. It definitely doesn’t compare to what NBA 2K13 has to offer.
So with the date being pushed back to “later this year,” when will we even see NBA Live?
We wanted to provide an update on the progress of NBA LIVE 13.
We’ve been working hard on the game, and so we’re excited to share our first in-game trailer today.
Many fans have been anticipating an early October launch, but our plan is to release at a later date. We will share more information in the future.