EA has revealed the newest details today about NBA Live 18 at E3 with Russel Westbrook seeming to be the cover star.

The segment started with them showing how important and key the left and right stick, or bumper, will be when controlling ball movement and defense. It was also revealed that demo will be released this August. All progression and progress you make in the demo will be carried over to the main game when it releases later this year. When the main game releases, the story mode will be improved with you having to prove yourself both in the league and outside of the league on the streets. Not much else was released so stay tuned to us as we keep you all updated about anything NBA Live 18 or anything else coming from E3.

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When I was a kid, I would play countless hours with my brother and father in games like Madden and NBA 2K. Today, whether it’s a huge RPG to be explored or a small indie waiting to tell its own story, I’m ready to pick up the controller and play. For over a decade, I’ve watched how the videogame landscape has changed and evolved which has me excited for what is to come in the near future.