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‘NBA 2K14’ DLC, ‘NBA 2K15’ and Michael Jordon discussed by 2K Sports

‘NBA 2K14’ DLC, ‘NBA 2K15’ and Michael Jordon discussed by 2K Sports
‘NBA 2K14’ DLC, ‘NBA 2K15’ and Michael Jordon discussed by 2K Sports
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Ronnie Singh has provided a new updates in regards to the “NBA 2K” series. According to a message from his personal Twitter page on Jan. 14, the digital marketing director from 2K Sports disclosed that he met with Michael Jordan. Among the subjects that came up during the conversation includes the upcoming “NBA 2K15.” You can check out his comment below:

Meeting with @Jumpman23, early conversations about #NBA2K15. #Fly #ShoeGame

Ronnie Singh also confirmed that the MyTEAM Historic Team Packs Series DLC is now available for the PS4 and Xbox One versions of “NBA 2K14.” The expansion features several classic teams, including the 1991 Chicago Bulls squad lead by the aforementioned Michael Jordon. You can find a few screens of the recently-released basketball simulation title in the slideshow to the left of this article and the description of the DLC below:

Who's ready for some legends in NBA 2K14? You can pick up Michael Jordan and more through MyTEAM's Historic Team Packs Series which are available now in for the PS4 and Xbox One - ('93 Hornets, '85 76ers, '96 Sonics, '91 Bulls, '91 Lakers).

Visuals Concepts is the studio responsible for the developments of the recently-released “NBA 2K14” and the upcoming “NBA 2K15.” Last year’s edition of the series was released first of the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 on Oct. 1st. It also came out as a launch title for the PS4 on Nov. 15 and Xbox One on Nov. 22.

Players are reporting several issues with the online servers for the next-generation console version of “NBA 2K14.” The development team is expected to release new patches to address the numerous issues plaguing the PS4 and Xbox One video game.