June 9th, 2014 by

EA Sports releases “NHL 15” gameplay trailer

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With one of the biggest video gaming expos in the world taking place this week, EA Sports released its gameplay trailer for “NHL 15” on Monday. This year’s version will be the first installment for the Playstation 4 and XBox One.

Here’s the first look of this year’s trailer that includes Doc Emerick calling the action and some gameplay featuring the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs:

In previous versions, the home of the Bruins in the video game world was known as “Boston Arena.” With permission to use the name and EA putting an emphasis on authentic arenas – as one of several features – TD Garden makes its debut in the virtual hockey world. Here are a couple of screenshots from the trailer:

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Of course, Patrice Bergeron and PK Subban are the finalists to be on the cover of “NHL 15.” The winner – decided by fan vote – will be announced during the NHL Awards in Las Vegas on June 24th.

Other features in “NHL 15” include the debut of Emerick and Eddie Olczyk, NBC Sports gameday presentation, unprecedented player likeness, real puck physics and more.

“NHL 15” will be released on the next-gen consoles, as well as the Playstation 3 and XBox 360, in September. Click here to pre-order the game on your favorite platform at one of the corresponding retailers.

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