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NBA 2K17's Arenas Look and Sound Great in New Video

News Bot Sep 7, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    2K Sports has released a new trailer for NBA 2K17 that focuses on the professional basketball game's arenas. The video spotlights the league's numerous arenas and covers how they are modeled to be authentic to their real-world counterparts, even down to team-specific sounds and more.
    In the video's caption, 2K says it visited all 30 NBA arenas across the United States and Canada to authentically capture how each stadium looks, but also how it sounds. As you'll see and hear in the video, the shot clock buzzer sounds different depending on what arena you're in. This is all being done in an effort to create the "most authentic experience in a sports game ever," 2K said.

    In other news about NBA 2K17, 2K recently confirmed that Creed actor Michael B. Jordan will star in the game's MyCareer mode. You can get started with NBA 2K17's MyCareer mode on September 9 when a free app called "The Prelude" arrives on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. This lets you choose your position, select a play style, and define your character's physical attributes like height and wingspan.
    The full game comes out on September 20, but you can play four days early if you preorder. In addition to PS4 and Xbox One, NBA 2K17 is coming to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.
    In other news about NBA 2K17, 2K has confirmed that the game features HDR support on Xbox One S.


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