NBA 2K17 Screenshots Released So Far
According to reliable sources, 2K Official have revealed seven different in-game screenshots so far.
Here’s a list to all of the prior comparison pieces below:
Brian Mazique of Forbes provided updates of NBA 2K17's released screenshots of NBA players. Most of the screenshots released so far have been from members of Team USA's Olympic Basketball team who are currently playing in Rio.
Kevin Durant's screenshot in the much anticipated basketball video game was released last Saturday afternoon. The picture can be viewed here. The picture shows Durant in his new Golden State Warriors uniform. Durant made waves in the off-season after he decided to sign with the team that beat them in the Western Conference finals, making it a super team.
In the NBA 2K17 screenshot, Durant is more slender than in previous versions. His neck skinnier and longer, and his shoulders aren't as broad. This is closer to the fact that Durant is indeed one of the skinniest players in NBA.
Paul George's NBA 2K17 screenshot can be seen here. George's skin tone is closer to real life in 2K17 than it is in 2K16. He is also more muscular in the latest version of the video game franchise. In addition, his tattoos are more obvious.
The NBA 2K17 screenshot of Kyrie Irving can be checked out here. So far, the screenshots shown by NBA 2K have been from players who participated in the 2016 Rio Olympics. The USA Men's Basketball team is currently lined up to play against Serbia for the gold medal match on Sunday. Last Tuesday, it was Kyrie Irving's screenshot which was showcased.
The NBA 2K17 screenshot shows that the skin tone and beard of Irving is spot on.
Butler's screenshot was released last Wednesday and can be viewed here. Jimmy Butler is also a member of the Olympic basketball team currently waiting for the gold medal match in Rio. The screenshot shows a more muscular Butler.
The screenshot of Karl-Anthony Towns can be viewed here. Minnesota Timberwolves' Towns isn't a member of the Olympic basketball team, but the screenshot pays homage to last season's Rookie of the Year and NBA's future superstar.
The screenshot basically reveals a side view of Towns' face. It shows his unique hairstyle on the side, featuring a curved line shave, and a bit more facial hair than the 2K16 render.
Andre Drummond and Dennis Schroeder
The NBA 2K17 screenshots for Andre Drummond and Dennis Schroeder can be seen here. Drummond, like the other names mentioned in this list, is a member of Team 2K. For now, aside from the game developers, nobody really knows what Team 2K is. Perhaps, in the game, there will be modes revolving around these players. Perhaps, this is just a group of NBA players who like 2K and enjoy being involved with the game.
2K Sports released its final screenshot in its week-long reveal of its Team 2K stars. Take a look at the do-it-all forward from the Golden State Warriors and a comparison image from last year’s version and this year’s render.
Green was way too hefty in NBA 2K16, so unlike most of the renders we’ve seen, his body size has been scaled back. His face is much more accurate and the overall render is more realistic.