'NBA 2K17' VR Release Date, Latest News & Update: Virtual Reality Plans Challenge Players To Play Like A Pro, Details Here!

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Nov 24, 2016 02:55 PM EST

2K Sports continues to find ways to iron out the bugs and render improvements to "NBA 2K17" and much of that could be out on the dished "NBA 2K17" VR version. Mini games will reportedly be released for the PlayStation VR experience where about 13 trophies will be up for grabs.

Among the events planned for the "NBA 2K17" VR version include the three-point shootout, time attack, a skills challenge course and a party tournament. Players can take on the events on Solo Mode and at any difficulty level.

Among the trophies available include “Trickster”, “Shootster” and “Speedster”. The complete list of PS4 trophies will be detailed once the "NBA 2K17" VR content officially comes out, Exophase reported.

With the official list of "NBA 2K17" VR trophies still unofficial, leaks of what to expect have come out. Among the possible trophies include “Party Time”, “Friend Zone”, “Fueled Up”, “Tricked Out”, “The Alternator”, “Ultimate Challenger”, “Three Point Master”, “Time Lord”, “Sink King” and “Missin’ Impossible”.

Of the mix, “The Alternator” and “Three Point Master” are tied up to the three-point shootout while “Party Time” and “Friend Zone” are likely for the party tournament. There is no confirmation for now if this new "NBA 2K17" VR feature will be added to the base game or be a standalone game. The same holds true on whether this will be free or paid.

Considering "NBA 2K17" VR will need ample graphics display support, its coming should be perfect for the PS4 Pro and the PSVR. Assuming the plans do materialize, here is hoping that bugs (if present) will not be a big issue.

As mentioned in a previous post, 2K Sports release patch 1.06 to address bugs tied up to PS4 issues. Animations were the prime problem there and hopefully this does not resurface with the rumored "NBA 2K17" VR installment.

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