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New Next-Gen MyTeam Features For NBA 2K14 Detailed With Screens

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2K Sports is making sure fans of its NBA 2K14 basketball game know that it’ll be packed with a few new features when it releases for the next-gen consoles next month. They’ve already shown off the amazing graphical improvements, which are stunning to say the least, but limited information has been revealed about the gameplay. While the core gameplay will remain similar between the current version and the next-gen version, there will be a change to the MyTeam mode in the next-gen copies.

On the PS4 and Xbox One gamers will be able to face-off against actual NBA teams in Domination mode, which is part of the MyTeam experience. One of the other new additions to this mode on the next-gen consoles is the inclusion of single player and online tournaments. Winners of these tournaments will have the chance to score rare player cards, collectibles, and other rewards. MyTeam on next-gen will also add a few new levels of cards to unlock in Emerald, Sapphire and Ruby, which can be used to bolster your roster.

Road to the Playoffs will be present in the next-gen versions as well, but now gamers will have the ability to deck out their team and players with new team logos and uniforms, new tournaments, and recently acquired players. All of these will be updated in real time as well. Head on down past the break to check out a few new screenshots of the MyTeam mode running on the next-gen platforms.

NBA 2K14 will be available for the PS4 and Xbox One during their respective launches.

 

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