08:30 AM - April 3, 2013 by MMChrisS
NCAA Football 14 will see the introduction of the Infinity Engine, EA football's real time physics engine as well as a new feature called the 'Force Impact System'. The infinity engine will be ported over from Madden and improved somewhat over the Madden NFL 13 version, giving NCAA it's first taste of real time physics in the series' history.
The Force Impact System seems meaningful as well, with new physics introduced to the running game which accounts for weight, speed, and more when changing direction. This should eliminate the 'swerve' running within the game, as it requires players to decelerate when making sharp turns. There will be improved stiff arms and line play with the new physics, and improved blocking AI which I was told was completely overhauled. NCAA 14 also will feature a new speed burst which will trigger automatically when you get into the open field.
I will have more on all of these features as I polish up an article from a recent interview I did with EJ Manual, former Florida State QB. Expect that to hit by early afternoon!