2K Sports has acknowledged and patched an issue inside NBA 2K18 on Xbox One that impacted the game’s MyCareer mode. The bug meant virtual currency, items and progression were lost from the game’s career mode on Xbox. PS4/XB1 patch approved

This past NBA offseason has been one of the most interesting and exciting to watch as a basketball fan over the last few years. There have been so many huge stories developing throughout the 4 month break including multiple star

Having reviewed the NBA 2K series for the last couple of years, I was interested to ask the producers of NBA 2K18 if they’d made any improvements to some of the areas which I felt needed some work in last

While checking out the NBA 2K18 “Run The Neighborhood” event which 2K Games put on in New York, there we plenty of NBA players around who were showing support for the game and talking to members of the community. Although the

NBA 2K18 will introduce The Neighborhood this year, essentially combining all the popular online modes of the NBA 2K series and jams them into an open world that players can interact in. Senior Producer at Visual Concepts, Ben Bishop, gave

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) talk about Luke’s trip to New York to check out NBA 2K18 and some of the new things the game has to offer. They also

NBA 2K18‘s special demo, The Prelude, will ship with PlayStation Trophies but not Xbox Achievements. The Prelude was also offered as a demo for NBA 2K17 and included both Achievements and Trophies — and easy ones, at that. This year, 2K

NBA 2K18 will offer a free demo later in the week in the form of “The Prelude”. Similar to last year’s demo, “The Prelude” will be available on Xbox One and PS4 from 8 September at 2.00 pm AEST. “Fans can get

September 2017 means one thing: the lead up to the holiday season. As such, get ready for a barrage of games, with sports titles leading the charge. There’s also a bunch of games finally heading to Nintendo Switch. Here’s what

Retired stars Kobe Bryant and Kevin Garnett will provide commentary for NBA 2K18, 2K has confirmed. The pair are shown off in a new trailer, talking about their past careers… and their newfound one too. “Legends Kobe Bryant & Kevin

NBA 2K18 will support amiibo, a new Japanese listing declares. The game’s Japanese MyNintendo listing currently suggests amiibo will have a “corresponding function” (as per translation) in-game. The listing does not detail which amiibo figurines will be supported, nor what

NBA 2K18‘s MyGM mode will mirror MyCAREER by going fully story-based, 2K recently confirmed. The news comes from a lengthy Facebook post by Erick Boenisch, Senior Producer on 2K18. “With NBA 2K18, we are introducing an experience you won’t find in any

2K has recently confirmed the songs that will comprise the soundtrack of NBA 2K18. Players will be spoilt for choice, as you can see below: Feel So Good – Ma$e Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) – C +

The Cleveland Cavaliers’ Kyrie Irving has been named as the cover athlete of NBA 2K18, 2K today confirmed. “It is well known that I’m an avid player of this series and I am honored to be the cover athlete of NBA

NBA 2K18 will head to Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch in September, 2K today confirmed. Superstar Shaquille O’Neal will grace the cover as this year’s Legend. He also stars in the game’s newest trailer, available to view below: