NBA Live 18 demo out tomorrow

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Harden had previously graced the cover of NBA 2K16 with Steph Curry, but this will be his first appearance on the cover of an NBA Live game.

EA Sports has revealed the release date and cover athlete for NBA Live 18. Progress made in The One during the free demo can be carried over into the full game, so players jumping in early can continue their experience when the full game launches. There's even a trailer to celebrate the occasion, featuring the man himself in action.

A demo version of NBA Live 18 will go live tomorrow on the PlayStation Store and Xbox Live.

After every match, I got to see the game's RPG mechanics at play. It will be his first time on the cover of an NBA Live game.

The demo will also include some limited-time live events with specific rules, rewards, and characters. As with National Basketball Association 2K18 and its Prelude release ahead of launch, progress you make in the demo can transfer to the full game. Create your player and become a legend in The League and The Streets. Turning basketball into a RPG is odd at first, but I really dig what I've seen so far, and I can't wait to go more in-depth with NBA Live 18 when it releases in September.

I continued to play games in The Rise, and got noticed after doing well in quite a few games set in locations like Rucker Park and Venice Beach.

The game will arrive on PS4 and Xbox One on 19th September, however those who preorder can start playing the game on 15th September.

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