Posted Thu Sep 8, 2016 at 03:41 PM PDT by Brian Hoss
But only one will be ready on release.
The team at Visual Concepts has been working hard to get 'NBA 2K17' ready and worthy of being the premiere b-ball title. They've line up Michael B. Jordan for the story mode, the Men's National Team, the original Dream Team (for preorders), and even over hauled the commentary (see below). But one of the biggest features set to be offered in the game is HDR support.
And now, not only will 'NBA 2K17' support HDR on the Xbox One S, but also on the PS4 (and PS4 Pro). HDR support for the PS4 version of 'NBA 2K17' will come via a patch post launch. (First Sony needs to get their update out.)
Naturally, to enjoy HDR, users will need HDR-enabled TVs in addition to a HDR-enabled console and HDR-enabled content.
You can find the latest info on 'NBA 2K17' linked from our Video Game Release Schedule.
Source: 2K Games/Ronnie 2K
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