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The first season of the NBA 2K League starts
« en: Noviembre 07, 2018, 09:43:46 pm »
Nevertheless, there is always room for expansion. Part of the reason the series has been so powerful is its own invention and smart recycling of previously published gambling theories. Face scanning, single-player campaign modes, and MT NBA 2K19 an open-world hub are all ingenious themes which are spinoffs of additional, less-developed attributes from other titles.

2K has gone outside the sports gambling genre before to catch new ideas, and with the growth of this uber-popular Fortnite, it could be time to look outside the sports gaming world because of its next piece of inspiration.

I have recently picked up Fortnite and I must say, there are some undeniable attributes in the game. Although it is a much different game compared to NBA 2K, there are four items 2K can find out from Epic Games' monster struck.

Every sports game ought to be moving toward supplying crossplay. Since the competitive gaming scene cranks up for the Majority of the top sports franchises, it is becoming more evident that PlayStation 4, Xbox and PC players should be able to compete against each other,

The PC-to-PSN function on Fortnite isn't ideal as it can be a little awkward for the latter, however reluctantly, it's something NBA 2K should embrace. As the first season of the NBA 2K League starts, offering options for crossplay will only enhance the level of competition on all platforms.

I've been saying for a year that the Neighborhood in NBA 2K19 needs to be much more interactive. Document this idea below the exalted visions tab but envision a mode only found at the 2K Zone that opened a battle royale concept. For those who are unaware of exactly what a battle royale is, let me briefly clarify the genre.

Essentially, it's a survival-based mode where multiple players have been set on a map and also are tasked with scavenging for resources while trying to remove others onto the map. Usually, the winner is the gamer who is the last one standing. How would you implement something like that in a basketball game?

I'm glad you asked.

Evidently, this is a basketball match, so there are no kills and if you consider it, there's no way the NBA would sign off on a match with gunplay. However, that does not kill my battle royale basketball idea.

The mode would unlock a post-apocalyptic version of the Neighborhood map. Rotting basketball courts, tattered buildings, and other alternative structures could make up the scene.

The objective would be to move throughout the neighborhood scoring a number of baskets on many of visible and concealed hoops. Some are large, some are low. Some are indoors and some are out. The tougher the shot, the more points you get.

For example, if you see a hoop beside the building your MyPlayer lives in NBA MT Coins, you can move all of the way back to the Gatorade gym and try to sink long-term bombs. Making this type of shot would lead to a high number of factors for your own total.