Earlier, 2k released a new trailer showing the NBA 2k18 gameplay in action. Now Gameplay Director Mike Wang (aka Beluba) has posted a developer blog detailing the work that has gone into improving this year’s gameplay experience. Read the summary of developer blog below.
Today 2K released the another trailer for NBA 2K18, named “Get Shook” featuring “Shook Ones” by Mobb Deep. Check the trailer below!
Today 2K released the first trailer for NBA 2K18, revealing major updates to the appearance of uniforms and the players themselves for the most true-to-life visuals yet. Check the trailer and read about the visual upgrades in #NBA2k18 below!
Last year Visual Concepts released an early free demo for NBA 2K17 called The Prelude, which let you create a MyPlayer and then play through his college years before getting drafted. This early section of the game let you sample the gameplay and carry over your save if you wanted to buy the full game. NBA 2K18 is getting its own Prelude come September 8, provided you are playing on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
2K Sports has been releasing ratings of various players in NBA 2k18 through social media. Here you can check all released ratings below. We’ll update this page when new ratings are revealed.
2K Sports has announced the lineup of songs that will be present in its pro basketball game this year, NBA 2K18. It’s comprised of 49 songs (plus one hidden song that you can unlock). 2K didn’t make any special note of who was responsible for curating the soundtrack. In previous years, it’s attributed them to the likes of LeBron James, Pharrell Williams, and Imagine Dragons. You can check out the full tracklist below.