NBA 2K17 is looking to be among the most interesting titles of this year. And sure enough, 2K Games is doing a great job keeping the momentum. The studio has just recently released a new policy, which is basically meant to trample down cheaters. Moreover, a legend has been brought to the game -- one that is quite familiar and popular (of course). Well, it's no other than the great Steve Nash!
In the official support page of 2K Games, NBA 2K17 will now offer a brand new policy. It's called Player Fairness Policy. The studio iterated that they take every NBA 2K games "seriously," thus anyone who goes beyond that will be reprimanded. The video game company also explained that cheaters, being able to gain "unfair advantage," only degrades the overall quality of the game. That it even diminishes the gameplay experience of other players, so to speak.
In hopes to rival this ongoing issue in NBA 2K17, the studio resorted to implementing the aforementioned policy. From now on, the devs will be actively monitoring every abuse and/or exploitations out there. And, god forbid, if a player is caught cheating, he could either be banned for a week or permanently.
The new NBA 2K17 policy covers various things. For instance, players who are fond of using unapproved VCs (virtual currencies). Or perhaps, they're into using multiple hacks and cheats just to gain leverage. Players who're also guilty of using bots will be reprimanded.
In related NBA 2K17 news, 2K Games has introduced the former Dallas Mavericks and Phoenix Suns superstar Steve Nash to the game, as reported by Forbes. The legendary player was added to the 02-03 and 04-05 for the Mavs and Suns rosters, respectively. It should be noted that Nash was included to both of the teams in last year's title. However, he was listed among the free agents. The move rooted from the fact that the NBA star is already retired, and thus giving the licensing agreement a different perspective.
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