• Community Discussion: Predict What's Coming to EA SPORTS College Football

    The second Tuesday of July was the traditional release date for EA SPORTS NCAA Football, with the final version - NCAA Football 14 - being released nearly ten years ago on July 9, 2013.

    To date, game details surrounding its successor EA SPORTS College Football have been kept under wraps, with EA only confirming Dynasty Mode and Road to Glory as features while also including the College Football Playoff, the Frostbite Engine, and the ability for actual players to appear in the game.

    Before game information is announced ahead of next summer's anticipated release date, we want to know what you think will be in the game.

    Who do you think will be the cover athlete? What features will (or will not) be the in the game? When will the first trailer be released? Any and all predictions are welcome! Post them here or on one of our appropriate social media channel posts.

    Numerous poll options will be posted on our Twitter account linked here. Responses and poll results will be highlighted in a future edition of The Gaming Tailgate Podcast.


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    This article was originally published in forum thread: Community Discussion: Predict What's Coming to EA SPORTS College Football started by cdj View original post
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    1. CLW's Avatar
      CLW -
      I predict this thing does NOT release at least not in the way people think it will. I can see a ton of players refusing the “nil” offer ea is giving to the point where EA is forced to release with non editable rosters with completely generic players