EA is currently re-evaluating the future of its NCAA Football franchise, but the publisher has already scuttled plans for a new entry for 2014.
NCAA Football 14
The dog days of summer are approaching, meaning it's once again almost time for the college football season to start. Ahead of the scholarship athletes reporting to training camp on campus, EA is taking its annual turn at getting everyone hyped for the BCS with this year's NCAA Football 14. Now boasting Madden NFL's Infinity Engine and Ultimate Team mode, as well as a host of changes to Dynasty mode, it's even tougher to discern the amateur game from the professional one. Of course, whether or not that's a good thing remains to be seen.
Among the new presentation improvements coming to NCAA Football 14 will be the "All 22" camera option, which will finally allow players to see every player on every inch of the field.
For the third time in the franchise's history, NCAA Football's cover will be adorned by a Michigan Wolverine.