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NBA 2K19 Switch footage

Posted on 1 month ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments | 0 Likes

NBA 2K19’s primary release is scheduled for next week. But if you purchase the 20th Anniversary Edition, you can begin playing now.

Naturally, footage has already started to be posted online. You can get a look at quite a bit of gameplay in the videos below.

The Switch eShop page for NBA 2K19 is live in a few regions, including Europe, Australia, and Japan. With it, we now have the game’s file size.

NBA 2K19 takes up a whopping 31.5GB of space. Additionally, the listing mentions needing 5GB of space within Switch’s internal memory.

A trailer for NBA 2K19 is in showing off The Neighborhood, a returning feature with a new design and new places to explore. See it below.

NBA 2K19 has received another new trailer highlighting the broadcasters providing commentary in the game. View it below.

2K Sports has a new trailer ready for NBA 2K19 showing off the all-new MyCAREER mode. Take a look at the video below.

NBA 2K19 – MyTeam trailer

Posted on 2 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments | 0 Likes

2K Sports is back with the latest trailer for NBA 2K19. Below, you can get a closer look at the MyTeam feature.

2K Sports issued a new “gameplay” trailer for NBA 2K19 today called “Take the Crown”. You can get a look at the video below.

NBA Playgrounds 2 was originally planned for May 22. But just days before its release, a delay took place due to “exciting things” that were happening. 

NBA Playgrounds 2 has finally resurfaced. 2K announced today that it will publish the arcade-action sports game, which is seeing a slight name change to NBA 2K Playgrounds 2. The “over-the-top, two-on-two basketball experience will complement the best-selling NBA 2K simulation franchise and expand 2K’s footprint in the basketball video game space.”

NBA 2K19 details reveal improvements

Posted on 2 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 0 comments | 0 Likes

Game Informer managed to get some hands-on time with NBA 2K19, and has detailed a number of improvements being made to this year’s title. Here’s the full breakdown:

We’ve known for a while now that WWE 2K19 wouldn’t be coming to Switch, but an official statement has come out from Take-Two giving a little bit of reasoning behind this decision:

“The game will not be available on Nintendo Switch. 2K is focused on making the best possible experience for WWE 2K fans and will continue evaluating all opportunities to deliver the franchise across additional platforms.”

It’s likely that WWE 2K18’s poor launch on Switch influenced this decision, as Take-Two probably did not want to provide an equally mediocre experience for players. The last WWE game to launch on a Nintendo console was 2K13, so there’s always hope for a revival sometime in the future.

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