NBA 2K16 Update: New Playing Modes Revealed

By Meghna Subhedhar | 2 years ago
NBA 2K16 Update: New Playing Modes Revealed

Games addicts can’t wait for NBA 2K16 to come out. Even though the game is supposed to come out on September 29, 2015, fans are already looking for news on the game online and amongst the gaming community. The latest news is that if you pre-order the game, you can get it four days before the official release date.

NBA 2K16 is turning out to be a game that will stand out in gamers memory for a long time. This is one basketball game that will not only feature classic teams like LA Lakers and the Boston Celtics, it will also follow the story of a young and upcoming basketball star and chronicle his journey to fame and fortune.

In the latest release of NBA 2K16, gamers will be able to create their own custom basketball player and enter the NBA as a rookie. The game play will then follow the story of the new rookie and teach him about being a basketball player. With each new game the gamers will be able to upgrade their rookie’s abilities. The ultimate goal of the gamers will be to become one of the greatest basketball players of all time. The game can reportedly be played in both single player and multi-player mode.

All other features from the NBA games series will still be available in the new game. The teams featured in the game will be the team of 1999-00 of the Portland Trail Blazers, the team of 2002-03 of the Dallas Mavericks, the team of 2007-08 of the Houston Rockets, and the team of 1999-00 of the Toronto Raptors.

The game trailer was released in April and the game will be released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One platforms. With the real NBA fever taking centerstage in reality, the game is sure to get a lot of buyers.

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