Creative Attacks, Defensive Skills, and More in NHL 18
By Jonathan Balofsky On 13 Jul, 2017 At 01:25 PM | Categorized As News, News, PlayStation, ROG News, Xbox 360/Xbox One | With 0 Comments

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EA sent out the following

 

Last month, EA SPORTS NHL fans got a first taste of what’s to come for NHL 18 this year at the NHL Awards. Now, NHL 18 is diving deeper into the all-new on-ice gameplay features that are designed to deliver the speed, skill and creativity of today’s young new NHL.

 

Check out the new Gameplay Features Trailer and look out for specific features deep-dives on the EA SPORTS NHL website.

 

NHL 18 is upping player’s game on both sides of the puck with Creative Attack controls and an all-new Defensive Skill Stick. Creative Attack gives players the moves to execute Top 10-worthy offensive plays, inspired by what’s being seen in the new NHL. Players can implement one-handed dekes, between-the-legs shots and passes and much more. On defense, NHL 18 introduces the new Defensive Skill Stick, giving defensive players the tools to counter the new skill moves with extended poke checks, targeted stick control, and stick-sweeping to cover a zone.

 

Players won’t be the only ones using these controls though, as the new Creative Teammate AI leverages all the same deking and passing tools to give opponents a true run for their money. AI Teammates will create smarter plays, leading to more effective moves up and down the ice.

 

Finally, authentic 3-on-3 matches in EA SPORTS Hockey League introduce a whole new arena with more open ice and risk-vs-reward strategic gameplay.

 

In addition to gameplay, EA SPORTS NHL today released a full look at the new Adidas jerseys coming to the NHL in the 2017-18 season. See all the new jerseys here.

 

You can check out the new trailer below

 

The game is looking good and EA continues to refine the ANHL formula. Will you be picking this up?

Source: PR Email

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