With less than two months until release, information had been low key for both basketball titles until this past week. NBA 2K15 began their info push with the first look at the game with a quick video of cover athlete Kevin Durant in action and info on some game features.
In their weekly livestream, NBA 2K revealed that the popular Crew mode would be returning to last-gen consoles
(PS3 & 360) and teased that some elements (and perhaps then-some) would be in the current-gen systems (PS4 & XB1) - to be revealed at a later date.
First reported by Good Game Bro
, it was confirmed today that former EA SPORTS GameChanger and NBA Live developer Scott O'Gallagher is now a member of the NBA 2K dev team. Confirmation came via updates to O'Gallagher's social media profiles and also in a quick Instagram video showcasing NBA 2K devs as they work in crunch time
. The clip featuring O'Gallagher has him alongside former NBA Live developer Mike Wang, perhaps in a jab (unintentional or otherwise) towards EA SPORTS.
Continue on to see the Durant trailer and also to learn about MyLEAGUE (current-gen only), an offline-only, option filled mode, similar to Association Mode.