NHL 14 demonstrates Fight Night's Enforcer Engine

NHL 14 features a number of new features, including the debut of the Enforcer Engine from the Fight Night series. So let's see how the fights work!


NHL 14 is promising a better hockey experience, with additions like an updated Collision Physics system and improved stick skills. But let's face it, hockey fans. If you hear that NHL 14 is getting the Enforcer Engine from the Fight Night series, you really want to know about one thing. How does the fighting work?

Fighting is triggered by a simple press of a button. The shoulder buttons are used for dodges and clinches, but only when timed correctly. The analog sticks can be used to lean in, push and pull opponents, or throw a punch. The full explanation can be seen in the video below.

NHL 14 arrives on Xbox 360 and PS3 on September 10.

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