EA Sports Serious About Recruiting Feature in NCAA Football 2014, Brings in Coaches to Retool Mode

In a never done before move, Electronic Arts brought in two coaches from West Virginia University this past summer to help the NCAA Football 14 improve it’s recruiting mode, The Charleston Daily Mail reports.

Although EA was originally unsure how the move would work, they got a tremendous amount of input early on.

“Everything we’ve done for the game previously was what made sense to us and what we felt was the right way to do recruiting with the limited abilities within the game to emulate recruiting and have it be fun,” said EA Sports producer Ben Haumiller told The Daily Mail.

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