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MyNBA2K18 Is Available From September 7 With Kristaps Porzingis

2K announced yesterday that the NBA 2K18 gets an accompanying companion app and that New York Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis will shine on the cover.

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The application is available from September 7 and makes it easier to stay involved with NBA 2K18 on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, including the option to scan your face and daily opportunities to earn Virtual Currency. MyNBA2K18 also includes collectable NBA 2K theme cards, MyTeam Mobile, playoff tournaments and in-game special events.

A complete list of features for MyNBA2K18:

Integration with NBA 2K18:

  • Facial Scanning with your mobile device to get YOU in NBA 2K18 on PS4 and Xbox One
  • Earn Virtual Currency daily
  • Shop for console items while on the go from expanded MyPLAYER Store
  • Watch 2KTV any time from your device.

Many ways to play with Quick Game, Playoff, and PVP game modes
Daily Objectives – complete each day for in-game rewards
Team Login Incentives – Login daily to earn team packs to distribute to teammates
Over 300 new cards for the NBA’s 2017-2018 season

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NBA 2K18: Some Details About The Upcoming Modes

NBA 2K18 will be the first game in the series, which will get a full story mode. Sports games for many years allowed to build a career in single modes, but in NBA 2K18 there will be a real story.

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The game will remain traditional mode of careers MyLeague, and along with it will be offered the plot of MyGM: The Next Chapter. In it you will lose the role of a former NBA player who returns to professional sports after a six-year hiatus to become a manager.

In the mode, there will be enough plot scenes in which you will interact with the owner of the team, the staff and the players themselves, as well as with media representatives and general managers of other clubs. At the same time personnel decisions will remain for the players, and they will not be dictated by history.

For more details, see the developer’s message on Facebook.