The physical challenges included in NFL Training Camp, "developed in collaboration with NFL strength and conditioning coaches," are meant to mirror the type of drills and workouts that real NFL players tackle during the pre-season. The game's included heart-rate monitor will work in conjunction with the Wii's motion-tracking to assess player performance. Personal bests and fitness-goal progressions will be sharable with friends online via the EA Sports Active online hub.
NFL Training Camp will let players train with their favorite teams and players, and will include "over 70 drills and challenges designed to improve strength, power and conditioning, as well as reaction skills, agility and first step quickness."
Though NFL Training Camp is a Wii-only offering, at E3 2010, EA revealed a sequel to EA Sports Active would go multiplatform.
EA Sports Active NFL Training Camp comes to the Wii on November 16, with an MSRP of $99.95.
Everybody went crazy about the Kinect price but look at the cost for Wii Fit, the music game bundles and now this.
But with Wii Fit you get the board. With this you're paying 100$ for .... the NFL license?