EA Sports unveiled their new physics engine on Wednesday. The “Infinity Engine 2″ is the same physics enging that was used in Madden NFL 13 and it will now be used for the college football franchise of the video game giant. NCAA Football 14 will also feature a new Force Impact system that will create more realism in the way players react with physical contact like the Hit Stick and stiff arm.
“This year marks the greatest leap forward in a generation for the NCAA Football franchise,” said Marketing Director for EA SPORTS Randy Chase. “The inclusion of the Infinity Engine and several new gameplay features make this year’s game feel incredibly fresh and authentic, and the introduction of Ultimate Team will give fans the chance to take the field with some of the most well-known players of all time.”
NCAA Football 14 will also feature a renewed focus on the option game.
Here is a first look at the new physics engine for NCAA Football 14:
EA Sports will continue to roll out the new features as we get closer to the release date for the video game franchise.
NCAA Football 14 will release on Tuesday, July 9, for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Denard Robinson is this year’s cover athlete.