NHL 15 Adds (Some) Missing Features Via Free Patch


NHL 15 Adds (Some) Missing Features Via Free Patch

EA Canada has released the first of its planned updates for the current-generation versions of NHL 15. As such, hockey-loving gamers will now be able to unlock a select amount of previously-missing features at no additional cost.

The most notable facet of today’s patch is a playoff mode, which allows players to create a sixteen-team bracket and compete for Lord Stanley’s coveted Cup. It’ll act as a tournament scenario, as one would expect, and will offer a welcomed diversion for those who want to skip season play altogether.

Additionally, Electronic Arts’ Burnaby-based team has also re-introduced three star selections into its game, in addition to coach feedback in Be a Pro. We’re still without the ability to skip teammates’ shifts, though, which I noted as being one of this iteration’s major flaws when I reviewed it earlier this month.

More updates are expected to be released for NHL 15 in the relatively near future, so stay tuned.

Source: Joystiq

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