The file size has been revealed for the PlayStation 4 version of NBA 2K17 MT. When viewed directly from the PS4, the product page showed that the basketball sim will take up 47.66 GB of free space on the internal hard disk drive of the console.
In addition to being available digitally, NBA 2K17 will also come in physical form. If you are interested, you can preorder the disc version of the latest NBA 2K installment with this link on Amazon.
The upcoming titles made several improvements to the MyGM and MyLeague modes. Furthermore, the MyCareer mode is also returning, featuring Hollywood talent such as Michael B. Jordan.
NBA 2K17 will be released on the 16th for September in the North American region. In addition to the PlayStation 4, the basketball videogame is also coming out for the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on the same day.
The PlayStation 4 units, including the Slim and Pro models, come pre-installed with either a 500 GB or 1 TB HDD. If you want even more free space for games like the aforementioned NBA 2K17, we recommend picking up the OWC DIY 2.0TB PS4 Hard Drive Upgrade Bundle (you can do so with this page) as it comes with all the tools needed to do so.
As fans gear up for another season of virtual basketball with NBA 2K17’s impending release, 2K has provided a glimpse at the new commentary teams making their way into this year’s title.
As shown in the trailer below, while Kevin Harlan and Greg Anthony will still be calling the action on the court, the third spot will be filled by a rotating lineup of broadcasters. NBA 2K veteran Doris Burke will make her debut in the broadcast booth as one of those third members, alongside brand-new commentators Chris Webber, Steve Smith, and Brent Barry. Meanwhile, David Aldridge will take Doris Burke’s spot on the court as sideline reporter. Additionally, the rambunctious trio of Ernie Johnson, Shaquille O’Neil, and Kenny Smith will all make their return in 2K17 as studio hosts, but will also play a larger role within the game’s MyCareer mode, as the three will now interview the player’s customized superstar.
Those eager to return to the court can check out NBA 2K17’s “The Prelude” demo which released earlier today on PS4 and Xbox One, in advance of the game’s full release on those two platforms plus PC, Xbox 360, and PS3 on September 20.