NBA 2K17 Launches in the Google Play Store for $7.99

Those of you that are fans of 2K's games will be happy to know that the latest installment in their NBA franchise is now available on Android. After launching on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One earlier this week. The big improvements to the game this year include some adjustments to gameplay and handling within the game. In relation to gameplay, NBA 2K17 now properly supports a physical controller, so you are able to use one of your favorite Bluetooth controllers to play NBA 2K17.

As you probably would expect with the new release of NBA 2K17, it does reflect all of the changes that has been made to teams over the summer. Including Kevin Durant leaving Oklahoma City and heading over to the Golden State Warriors. You'll be able to play any of the 30 teams in the NBA, whether that be the Boston Celtics, LA Lakers, Detroit Pistons, Phoenix Suns or any of the others in the league. You can take them all the way to the NBA Finals and get that ring that so many players have yet to get. The MyCareer mode has also been enhanced in the new game. So now you have off-day simulations, an upgraded badge system and player equipment.

There's definitely some noticeable differences here in NBA 2K17. Some of these changes will definitely take some time to get used too. But there wasn't a whole lot that 2K needed to change with NBA 2K17 considering it was already one of the most realistic looking games available. And it's just gotten even better. Now this game is $7.99 to download and play. But that's not the full price of the game. There are in-app purchases here. Which range from $0.99 to $49.99 per item. Luckily, NBA 2K17 is eligible for Family Library. So you can spend the $8 once and everyone in on your family account will be able to play it. As expected, NBA 2K17 is a fairly large game, weighing in at 2.6GB. So you'll definitely want to make sure you are connected to WiFi (fast WiFi at that) before downloading it. As that would likely take out your data plan for the month. You can pick up NBA 2K17 from the Google Play Store at the link below.

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