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NBA Live 15 will once again be featuring a leading player of the sports, this time Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers, publisher Electronic Arts announced today.

Lillard, a point guard in the team, was the 2012-13 NBA Rookie of the Year and made his first All-Star appearance this past season. According to EA, Lillard has been working with NBA Live 15's developers at EA Tiburon for two years. The studio scanned his face and head to build a detailed in-game model of him, and along with doing motion capture work, Lillard has provided feedback on the game.

Lillard also lent his voice to Learn Live, a tutorial mode that's new to NBA Live 15 and will help introduce players to the game — an onboarding process that was notably absent at NBA Live 14's launch. Those wanting to see him in the digital flesh can check out the video below.

NBA Live 15 will be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One come October 7th.




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