Alabama Crimson Tide fans that have worn their thumbprints off playing XBox in preparation for the coming college football season have reason to keep on playing.
EA Sports has made a demo of NCAA Football 14 available on XBox Live and the PlayStation Network.
Tide fans can play the upcoming season opener for Alabama, the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game in the Georgia Dome against the Virginia Tech Hokies. The demo includes this matchup, as well as Oregon vs. Texas A&M at Kyle Field and Ohio State vs. Michigan in the Big House. And there’s incentive to play the demo, according to EA Sports:
Fans that complete any of the three demo matchups (win or lose) will receive a free card pack for use in the brand-new Ultimate Team mode and can earn a second Ultimate Team pack by sharing the demo with friends. The demo is available today for Xbox Live Gold subscribers and PlayStation Network users and will be available on Tuesday, June 25 for Xbox Live Silver members.
NCAA Football 14 features what EA calls its ‘Infinity Engine 2,’ which EA says ‘unlocks the unpredictability and innovation of college football, bringing multiple college play-styles to life.’ Here’s some video of the enhancing running game on display in the latest version of the college game:
As we noted earlier, Tide quarterback AJ McCarron is one of the top-rated players in the new version of the game, so Alabama fans will take full advantage of his skillset when facing other players.
You can pre-order NCAA Football 14 now and receive some bonus content; the full game releases on July 9 for XBox 360 and PlayStation 3.