Members of EA Access, the Xbox One-exclusive game subscription service, will be able to play the full version of NBA Live 16 on May 25.
The date was quietly revealed on the official EA Access site. Here's a description of the pro basketball game:
Rooted in self-expression, NBA LIVE 16 takes player customization to another level. Whether it's how you look or play, your entire journey is all about you. Put yourself in the action with an all-new, easy-to-use HD face scanning app, GameFaceHD and outfit your player with the freshest gear before you even hit the court. With the all-new physics-based player movement system, LIVE Motion, experience free-flowing movement and unparalleled control on the court. Add in fast-paced and fun online multiplayer play through the innovative LIVE Pro-Am mode, to progress and compete with your friends and it's the perfect time to Rise Together.
NBA Live 16 will become the 21st game in the EA Access Vault. Subscribers will be able to play all those games on the Xbox One for the price of $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year.
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