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EA Cancels NBA Elite 11, Franchise Moves To Tiburon

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Posted November 2, 2010 - By Jake Gaskill


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EA Cancels NBA Elite 11

Electronic Arts announced today during its Q2 2011 financial call to investors that it has "elected to cancel" NBA Elite 11.

EA revealed back in September that Elite 11 wasn’t going to make its previously set holiday release date, and, as such, EA had decided to push the game to some unspecified date in 2011. At the time, EA explained, “We are going to keep working until we’re certain we can deliver a breakthrough basketball experience.” Talk about giving yourself some time.

This seems to suggest that after EA pushed back the game’s release, it realized Elite 11 needed substantially more work that previously anticipated and decided to just scrap the whole thing and start again.

While Elite 11 might be dead, the franchise is still alive, and development will now move from EA Canada to Madden developer Tiburon in Orlando, Florida.

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