In terms of visuals, EA said "NBA Live 14" will feature "next-definition visuals, showcasing every detail of every player, uniform and arena." A gameplay trailer on EA's official site also shows some five-on-five action, between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the New York Knicks in Madison Square Garden, where everything from facial expressions to wrinkles on jerseys are clearly visible, a clear result of EA's INGITE engine.
On the gameplay front, "NBA Live 14" will boast what EA is calling Bounce Tek dribble physics, which will, according to EA, be the biggest enhancement in dribbling in a basketball game. The announcement also said that Live 14 will have 50 different signature dribbling techniques and styles.
"NBA Live 14" will shoot its way on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on November 19, 2013 in North America. International dates have yet to be announced.