NBA 2K15 wonders "What if?" in MyTeam trailer

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NBA 2K15 wonders "What if?" in MyTeam trailer
2K Sports recently offered a new trailer and details for NBA 2K15's MyTeam mode. Similar to EA Sports' various Ultimate Team modes, MyTeam has players building a squad of basketballers from across the sport's history, improving their team gradually over time.

One of the ways they'll be able to build their team this year is through a real-time auction house, seen in a few of the game's screens provided by 2K. Players will also have a challenge mode to put their team through its paces in several "What if?" fantasy scenarios. 2K Sports plans to add both multiplayer and weekly challenges to MyTeam throughout the year as well as user-created content. NBA 2K15 will launch October 7 for PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
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2K today released a new trailer for NBA 2K15 MyTEAM, narrated by future NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal, featuring "What If?" scenarios about top players around the NBA. In MyTEAM, users can build a fantasy dream team by collecting players from any era, with the goal of creating the greatest team of all-time. New this year is a real-time Auction House as well as an all new Challenges mode that takes team building skills to the limits as players compete in NBA "what if" fantasy games. Weekly and multiplayer challenges will also be added throughout the year with user submitted content to be featured in game.

Returning this year are Road to the Playoffs, Domination and Play with Friends, with new content, new rewards, and more surprises. With a ton of new updates planned already, be prepared for new historic players, more live updates, a bigger community and a whole lot more MyTEAM.

Featuring NBA MVP Kevin Durant on the cover, NBA 2K15 hits the court on October 7th with unprecedented life-like graphics, ultra-realistic NBA gameplay, and more. With over 5,000 new animations, NBA 2K15 will provide the most authentic and real gameplay a basketball simulation title has ever delivered.
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