PlayStation 4 & Xbox One Titles to Play this Sept ; 'NBA 2K17 Prelude,' 'Call of Duty: Black Ops 3,'

By Regin Olimberio , Updated Sep 09, 2016 10:10 PM EDT

"NBA 2K17: Prelude" and "Call of Duty: Black Ops III" DLC 4 invades the gaming world this second week of September 2016. "Prelude" provides attempt to prepare first players for the main gameplay while CoD offers DLC with new maps and several bugs fix.

Starting with "NBA 2K17: Prelude," this pre-regular season is for fans steadily losing patience in waiting for 2K to release the franchise. Developer EA Games tossed in Prelude in timely manner to appease NBA mob waiting for Sept 20 release. Prelude is a nice way to prepare the player's team so when the D-day came, they will have a properly built squad.

Gamers can scout college games for worthy players to add in their draft, just like in the real-world NBA. According to Inquisitr, 2K's VP for marketing Alfie Brody said that the idea was built from 2K10 where "Draft Combine" added flavor by bringing the college element. Brody admits that there is a clamor from fans for special event prior release of main game. Prelude is the answer.

NBA 2K17: Prelude starts on Sept 9 and gamers can start scouring ten college teams for great players. Prelude is a free mode but the only catch is being unavailable for PV via Steam. This gameplay is exclusive for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles only.

Another must-play this Sept is "Call of Duty: Black Ops III" that released on Sept 6, Tuesday. CoD has the final and 4th DLC for the season where four maps are present, Tech Times reported.

First is map "Micro" where players are miniaturized to fit a table full of food and utensils. Then the map "Outlaw" is for players who prefer sniping and long to medium range firefight. Close-quarter combat specialists are not to fret because map "Citadel" is for them. This is basically old ruins of "some ancient powerful army." Lastly, map "Rupture" which is reminiscent of "Outskirts" in "World at War."

For now, Call of Duty: Black Ops III DLC is for PlayStation 4 only but will be available for Xbox One and PC in early October.

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