Ballin’ out on the courts of Holcombe Rucker Park in Harlem, Cherashore Playground in Philly, or Venice Beach, California – it’s a dream for many street and amateur ballers. EA Sports looks to take that worldwide as they expand NBA Live 19…
Sorry, I just had to do it.
Yes, EA Sports NBA Live 19 is taking streetball worldwide in its newest iteration – calling it the Streets World Tour. New courts include Quai 54 in Paris, France, Rio De Janeiro, The Tenement in Manila, West 4th Street (The Cage) in Greenwich Village, New York City, San Francisco’s Kezar Pavilion, Toronto’s Hoop Dome and Margaret Hie Ding Lin Park in Chicago. Along with the new parks, return the classics from NBA Live 18: Harlem and Inwood’s Rucker and Dyckman Parks, Cherashore in Philly, Barry Farms in D.C, Venice Beach in Venice Beach, CA, and Seattle Pacific University.
NBA Live 19 releases on September 7th for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. EA Access Subscribers on Xbox One receive the ten-hour Early Access Trial on September 3rd, with a demo coming August 24th.