‘NBA 2K17’ Latest News, Release Date & Update: Soundtrack Officially Out

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Aug 14, 2016 02:34 AM EDT

Following several updates covering the teams and tattoos to NBA 2K17, the most recent update tied up to the hardcourt game is the sounds that come with it.

2K Sports recently announced that the official soundtrack for NBA 2K17 is officially out. The soundtrack is composed of 50 songs with renditions from popular stars.

Different Audio Curators this time

Among the tracks include Drake's "Pop Style" and "Heart of the City (Ain't No Love)" by Jay-Z. OutKast's "Rosa Parks" and the Imagine Dragons song "Friction". Credited to the mix of hits this time around are Imagine Dragons, Noah Shebib and Grimes, picking up from LeBron James and Pharrell Williams who handled it before.

A complete list of the audio tracks can be found via Pasta Padre though curious NBA 2K17 gamers can alternatively turn to Spotify to see what is coming.
NBA 2K17 is expected to be released on Sept. 30 across all platforms such as the PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC expected. For the ones who cannot wait, the game can be played in advance (four days earlier) if pre-ordered.

The pre-order package for NBA 2K17 includes some goodies as well like additional digital content like virtual currency per GameSpotThe NBA 2K17 soundtrack release picks off from the issue involving tattoo copyrights and the addition of the Australian Boomers and Team USA. Most of those were covered in a previous post which you can back-read here.

Paul George of the Indiana Pacers will be the cover athlete for NBA 2K17 while Kobe Bryant is up front for the Legend Edition. Also worth remind you are the ‘Free Agent Card’ bundle. Lockers codes can be combined with the said cards as relayed by @Ronnie2K.

NBA 2K locker codes can help improve player experience and also allow gamers to acquire high rated or legendary players as well as random free items and bonuses.

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