4 Features That'll Help NBA 2K17 Become A Massive Hit
NBA 2K17 might just be one of the most highly anticipated games of today. This is most especially with the exciting features it'll introduce. Sure enough, lots of fans can't simply wait to get hold of it. With just only a few weeks prior its release (September 20), the hype just snowballs as each day passes by. Well, before players actually experience the thrill of playing it, its possibility of becoming a massive hit is worth investigating. Speaking of which, here are 4 features we believe might help the upcoming title a huge success.
The NBA 2K17 Guest Teams
It's no secret that NBA 2K17 fans -- most especially those who are really into the sports of basketball -- love to experience the excitement of playing the most iconic teams in the league. The good thing is, it's going to happen in the forthcoming title. And yes, this is thanks to the new feature called Guest Teams. If you pre-ordered the game, you'll likely to acquire the 1992 USA Basketball Men's Olympic Team -- better known as the Dream Team. The likes of Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson and Charles Barkley, among others, are surely something to look forward to.
The NBA 2K17 MyLeague Expansions
The coolest thing about NBA 2K17 is the fact that it's getting some brand new features, one of which is the MyLeague Expansions. This one here allows players to compose a league of not just 30 but 36 teams. And take note: each of these teams can be purely based on classic groups that players are very familiar with. More so, fans have the freedom to create everything -- from logos to jerseys.
The NBA 2K17 MyTeam Cards
The official Facebook page of NBA 2K17 recently revealed a total of three brand new Classic Team Cards. It should be available to players who pre-ordered the game, though. These so-called cards will feature the Black Mamba Kobe Bryant as well as Indiana Pacer's very own Paul George, who is the title's cover athlete. And oh, the great Michael Jordan is also part of it.
The NBA 2K17 Prelude
Without a doubt, this is certainly the most educated decision 2K Games did for the fans of NBA 2K17. It is deemed as their way of reaching out to the community. The good thing about this feature is that you don't have to worry about putting down any cash. The Prelude is basically the demo of the game's so-called Career Mode.
What are your thoughts on NBA 2K17? Are the aforementioned features enough to convince you to purchase it? Let us know what you think at the comment section below!
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