Today Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA) released NCAA Football 14 for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system. The latest edition includes several brand-new features and gives players more control over their fate both on the field and on the sideline than ever before. Infinity Engine 2 brings real-time physics to the franchise, and the Force Impact System allows users to feel the big plays on offense and defense. Special attention has also been paid to the Option Offense – the Spread Option, Pistol formation, Zone Read and more– making NCAA Football 14 the most true-to-life college football game ever made. New Coach Skills and Power Recruiting offer the most engrossing Dynasty experience in a generation. Plus, the inclusion of the fan-favorite Ultimate Team mode, showcasing thousands of former NCAA stars, creates the most feature-rich entry in the history of the franchise. “This is a game that’s been a generation in the making,” said Cam Weber, General Manager of American Football for EA SPORTS. “Our fans have been showing incredible support both at E3 and through the launch of our demo, and we’re so happy that they can finally get their hands on the full game and start the college football season early.” The inclusion of Infinity Engine 2 allows for several gameplay improvements, including the introduction of the Force Impact System for stiff-arms, trucking moves, Hit Stick, and dive tackles. Additional gameplay enhancements to the running game such as hard run cuts for ball-carriers, refined blocking, stumble recovery and over 30 new option types make the game more exciting and fun than ever before. Dynasty mode introduces the brand-new Coach Skills, which deepens the experience both on and off the field. Mix and match 36 different upgradeable skills, improving everything from team performance in tough situations to gaining an advantage at key points along the recruiting trail and more. In addition, the new Power Recruiting system streamlines and speeds up the recruiting process without sacrificing any of the depth fans have come to expect.