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NBA Live 19 Let’s You Make A Female Character

Here Is What The Fans Have To Say About It

NBA Live 19 just revealed that players will be able to make a female character in the game and this is a big change. This was announced on Twitter and a demo video was shown. The video gives us an insight regarding what kind of options players will have and it is safe to say that fans of NBA Live 19 had plenty to say regarding the matter.

Some people were pleased with the direction that NBA Live 19 is taking. Others were lethal. Let’s start with the good stuff. had the following to say in this regard:

This is a big step in the right direction I might stream sum NBA live this year.

He mentioned that he might want to stream the game online and EA encouraged him to do so. Good stuff right there. also appreciated the move that EA is making and the following is what he had to say in this regard:

The fact that EA SPORTS NBA actually listened to the fans and are working so hard to make its game better shows its WAY better than NBA 2k !!!!!!! Don’t be mad at me it FACTS

also appreciated the direction and he mentioned guys meeting girls on the court. I think he is right in that regard. The following is what he had to say:

Some young man is gonna find his queen thru NBA Live Run in Live 19.

While there were many people that liked the reveal of character creation in NBA Live 19, things were not all sunshine and rainbows. The following are the negative comments that fans made. had following to say regarding the matter:

I’m cool with female characters but if my guy got a significant weight advantage and athleticism my shot shot should never be blocked

Some people did not want anything to do with the new game.  had the following to say regarding the matter:

The game is dead. You guys had a good thing going. NBA live 10 will be the last NBA Live game worth playing.

NBA Live 19 has mixed opinions. I am sure that the game will be great. We will just have to wait and see in order to make sure.


Talha Amjad


Talha has been in the tech industry for the last 6 years and is a current member of the PC master race.
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