‘NBA 2K17’ Release Date Confirmed: Kobe Bryant Legends Edition At 20% Off!

‘NBA 2K17’ Release Date Confirmed: Kobe Bryant Legends Edition At 20% Off!
Apr 13, 2016; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Lakers forward Kobe Bryant (24) waves to the crowd as he walks on the court before a game against the Utah Jazz at Staples Center. Bryant concludes his 20-year NBA career tonight. Mandatory Credit: Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports
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NBA Finals are currently ongoing with the Golden State Warriors in the lead. Now if you aren’t satisfied with how the whole season turned out, don’t fret because within a few months NBA 2K17 is set to be released.


With “NBA 2k17,” you can play with your favorite team with your very own roster in the most popular game based on the franchise.

According to NBA2K17News, 2K Games set the release date on September 20, 2016. Fans of the popular basketball simulation game were excited when it was made available for pre-order on Amazon.

Pre-ordered games will be released on December 30, 2016, although it has been changed due to the actual release date being earlier now being set on September 16, 2016.

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Additionally, the e-commerce giant is also offering a 20% discount for the “NBA 2K17″ Kobe Bryant Legends Edition.

The release date and availability between regions may differ due to time zones and varying platforms. Still the best and fastest way to order the game will be through Amazon if you want to get it ASAP.

According to Forbes, three variants of the game will be available, the previously mentioned Kobe Bryant Legends Edition, Gold Edition also featuring Bryant, and a Standard Edition featuring Paul George. Those who pre-order the Standard Edition will also get 5,000 Virtual Currency, a MyTEAM bundle guaranteed to include a George Free Agent card and many others.

The September 20, 2016, release date is for Playstation 4 and XBOX One platforms. The PC version of the game is still unconfirmed but will definitely follow suit.

Developer 2K Games is not responsible for any delays as distribution falls under Take Two Interactive. Deliveries of “NBA 2K17” purchased from any store or the 2K Games website are also not handled by the game’s developers.

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