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‘NBA 2K15’ PC version getting next-gen treatment

2K Sports’ upcoming basketball sim, “NBA 2K15” will be released on the PC with the same treatment as a next-gen title, 2K Sports revealed today in a press release obtained by Examiner.

‘NBA 2K15’ PC version getting next-gen treatment
‘NBA 2K15’ PC version getting next-gen treatment2K Sports

According to the press release, the game on the PC will feature the same options as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions, with “even more graphical fidelity.”

To celebrate the news, the game publisher also revealed the game’s first screenshot, one of the game’s cover athlete Oklahoma Thunder star and reigning NBA MVP Kevin Durant. Although it’s hard to tell how much the visuals have improved from last season, but with a plethora of sweat running down the superstar’s face, scattering in a bevy of different directions, the attention to detail is definitely apparent.

The screenshot and PC release reveal comes amid a bunch of other news for the 2K series. Earlier this week, 2K Sports also announced the full track list for the game’s soundtrack. Consisting of tracks from A Tribe Called Quest, Red Hot Chili Peppers, No Doubt and more, including three tracks from the soundtrack curator, music icon Pharrell Williams, 2K called it the most “unique soundtrack compilation in “NBA 2K” franchise history.

A fashion, music and pop culture guru, Williams has produced tracks on some of the best-selling albums of this generation including Kendrick Lamar’s “Good Kid, M.A.A.D City” and Frank Ocean’s “Channel Orange. He’s also proven himself as a superstar solo performer with hit singles "Happy," “Blurred Lines” with Robin Thicke and “Get Lucky” with Daft Punk.

You can pre-order NBA 2K15 for the PlayStation3, PlayStation4,the Xbox One, XBox 360 and PC by visiting http://2kgam.es/BuyNBA2K15.



"NBA 2K15" is set for an Oct. 7, 2014 release in North America and Oct.10, 2014 internationally.

So what do you think of the first in-game screenshot of “NBA 2K15”? Are you impressed? Sound off in the comment section below.