NBA 2K19 hits shelves in a little over a month, so when are we going to see the game in action? Well, how about right now? 2K Games has finally released a gameplay trailer featuring LeBron, Curry, and all the other big stars doing their thing. The game looks about the same as it has for the past couple years, but that isn’t necessarily a knock – the NBA 2K engine still holds up pretty well. Check out the trailer, below.
In related news, Microsoft has announced two NBA 2K19 Xbox One bundles. Here are the details:
We’ve got two new Xbox One bundles designed for basketball fans: The upcoming 1TB Xbox One S ($299.99) and 1TB Xbox One X ($499.99) NBA 2K19 bundles. Each bundle comes packed with an Xbox Wireless Controller, a digital download of NBA 2K19, 1-month trial of Xbox Game Pass, and 14 days of Xbox Live Gold. Dunk with the legends when these bundles arrive on September 11, 2018.
We still don’t know much about what new features NBA 2K19 might be bringing to the table. NBA 2K18 was a solid entry in the series (check out Wccftech’s full review here) and has broken franchise sales records, moving over 10 million copies, so you can expect the year's game to mostly stay the course. Those who want the deluxe experience can grab the NBA 2K19 20th Anniversary Edition, which is fronted by LeBron James and includes a poster, sticker sheet, wristband, tons of virtual currency, and other goodies for $100. Get the full details, right here.
NBA 2K19 fastbreaks onto PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch on September 11. Those who grab the 20th Anniversary Edition will be able to play a few days earlier on September 7. Fans can also get a start on their MyCareer journey with the NBA 2K19: The Prelude demo, which releases on August 31.