What's the Lastest News about NBA 2K17 game

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Kobe Bryant, now a retired veteran who played his entire career for the Los Angeles Lakers, will be appearing on the Legend Edition cover for "NBA 2K17." Now, as stated in a report from Forbes, the standard edition will be launching simultaneously with the Legend Edition this September and will feature Paul George on the cover. The official "NBA 2K17" Twitter account made the big reveal Thursday, June 9.




The post reads, "Following a huge Game 3 Finals performance, A few weeks ago, it was announced that the retired basketball superstar, Kobe Bryant, would be gracing the covers of the Legend Edition of "NBA 2K17." However, it was still pretty much a mystery who would be on the cover of the standard edition of the game. Now, the game's developer, Visual Concepts, and its publisher, NBA 2K17 Sports, have finally unveiled the basketball stars that would be on the cover of the standard edition of the latest installment in the long running basketball video game franchise.

Apart from revealing the cover for the new game, the companies have also revealed that they will be launching the standard edition along with Legend Edition of the game at the same time. The game will be launched for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and for the Windows PC on Sept. 20. Who's the last member? The NBA 2K17 simulation-based basketball game is all set to be released on September 20. The standard game edition is reported to be priced for $59.99, the Legend edition for $79.99, and the Legend Gold edition for $99.99.

It will be made available for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, and PC gaming platforms. In NBA 2K17 updates, the game is reportedly going to be better than its previous installments. The 2016 NBA 2K17 Season and Finals were crazy amazing. It featured the historic NBA season run of the Golden State Warriors and the historic comeback mounted by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the finals. NBA fans and NBA 2K17 gamers surely want to relive this season and more in their consoles.

And, it looks like NBA 2K17 Sports would comply. We saw the success and short comings of Stephen Curry; from a long-distance buzzer beater he nailed to beat Oklahoma City Thunder, to a 400th made three pointer, to a 73-9 season record, to a 3-1 playoff comeback and down to the crushing defeat from the hands of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. We also said farewell to Kobe Bryant and his illustrious 20-year career. And the highlight of the season, LeBron's success in finally giving his home state of Ohio an NBA Championship. According to The Bit Bag, the upcoming NBA 2K17 might let us play those games to experience the situation ourselves.

The tweet comes with an image of seven National Basketball Association (NBA) players, six of whom have already been officially confirmed to be part of Team NBA 2K17, namely Irving, Chicago Bulls' Jimmy Butler, Detroit Pistons' Andre Drummond, Indiana Pacers' Paul George, Minnesota Timberwolves' Karl-Anthony Towns and Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant.

According to Christian Daily, George is set to be the cover star of "NBA 2K17" Standard Edition while Bryant is set to be the cover athlete for the Legend Edition and the Kobe Legend Gold Edition. As per the publication, the Standard Edition costs $59.99 and the Legend Edition is priced at $79.99. Legend Edition Gold costs $99.99. It is further revealed that those who pre-order the NBA 2K17 game will have 5,000 Virtual Currency and MyTEAM bundle, which covers three packs with a Paul George Free Agent card.