2K International is attempting to set the bar for the most realistic sports game on the market, and their new additions to the game make a strong argument. In the video above, Mike Wang, Scott O’Gallagher, and Jerson Sapida explain the nuances that have been added to NBA 2K16. The crew wanted to provide an experience that not only makes the players feel more realistic, but everything around them. Fan reactions, coaching ideals, and a more unique identity to the teams overall. The new system allows the players to evaluate their next moved based off an opponents previous move to create a life-like response to the developing play. Player to player collisions are also more realistic, where bigger players are more likely to push through the smaller defenders, and players sizing up a defender now have newer and unique ways to take on a tough defense.
NBA 2K is set for a September 29th, but those who pre-order can get the game on September 25th for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.
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