The first virtual reality basketball game, NBA 2KVR Experience is releasing tomorrow, November 22 for PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, and Samsung Gear VR, with an Oculus Rift version coming later, 2K announced today.
Priced at $14.99, and created in partnership with Gatorade, NBA 2KVR Experience sees Paul George guiding you through mini-games that include three-point shootout, a speed and accuracy skills challenge, and buzzer beater countdown:
In the NBA 2KVR Experience, players will join NBA 2K17 cover athlete and All-Star Paul George, as they step onto the court at the Indiana Pacers’ stadium, Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Paul George will also provide commentary and guide the player by offering tips to help improve their skills in mini-games, which include three-point shootout, a speed and accuracy skills challenge, and the buzzer beater countdown. Players can earn a variety of Gatorade fuel boosts that will aide their shooting acumen, speed, recovery and more to help reach the top of the leaderboards.
Developed by Visual Concepts and Specular Interactive, NBA 2KVR Experience was discussed by Visual Concepts President Greg Thomas. “Our team consistently looks for new ways to deliver unique, fun experiences for the game,” he said. “NBA 2KVR will give fans even more access to our franchise and test new skills across entertaining VR challenges.”
As Exophase reveals, there’s 13 Trophies to earn (no Platinum), including one Gold that asks you to complete Course 10 of Skills Challenge on All-Star difficulty, without a single miss, in SOLO mode.