NBA 2K13 Newest Trailer Released, Kinect Features Detailed
By Greg Price | September 18, 2012 4:04 AM EST
2K Sports released a new trailer for the much anticipated and latest installment of their award-winning pro sports simulation NBA 2K13 Monday.
The trailer breaks down some of the new features that users of the Xbox 360's Kinect can look forward to, like calling out substitutions while running a play, or even hailing down a teammate for a pick, all through voice-activation.
The title from Visual Concepts also gives gamers a chance to clear out for isolation plays, and set pick-in-rolls or post-plays for specific players depending on their team's known offensive schemes.
The game also showcases the Brooklyn Nets' new black uniforms.
NBA 2K13 is scheduled for release on Oct. 2 for Xbox 360, and continues to generate a great deal of buzz.
The trailer details each of these exciting new features and can be found below:
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