EA Sports has released yet another brand new trailer for NHL 15.
The latest trailer, which continues as part of the NHL 15 “Gameplay Series”, takes a look at the newly upgrade physics engine that will be implemented in the next-gen version of the game on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Dubbed “True Hockey Physics” this engine has full, 12-player physics that allow each individual player on the ice to interact physically in different ways. This allows same team collisions, pile ups in front the net during a fight for the puck and even colliding with the goaltender when charging the net, among others.
“Whether you’re chasing down a rolling puck, powering your way to the front of the net or splitting the D to avoid a devastating hit, we wanted NHL 15′s physics to capture the unpredictability and physicality of every play in the NHL,” said executive producer Sean Ramjagsingh.
Even the puck has upgraded physics that will allow it to act as a real piece of frozen rubber. From bouncing over the stick to rolling right off of a players twig, the puck will act as it should in various situations.
Check out the trailer for yourself below.
NHL 15 makes its next-gen debut on September 9. The game will also be available on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 4.
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