ENTERING it’s 2nd anniversary this month, NBA 2K Mobile has just launched Season 3 featuring Kevin Durant from the Brooklyn Nets as the face of this season. Season 3 is available as a free update for NBA 2K Mobile* which can be downloaded for free from the App Store and Google Play. Durant will also be working closely with 2K to deliver original content in and out of game using his sports business platform, The Boardroom, as well as his company, Thirty Five Ventures.
“I’ve been a fan of and worked with NBA 2K for years, so I’m thrilled to be the icon athlete of the NBA 2K Mobile app for Season 3,” said Kevin Durant. “In addition to representing the mobile experience, I’m honoured to be working in partnership with 2K on the franchise and contributing to the development of the game and the 2K experience outside of the game.”
His charity organization, Kevin Durant Charity Foundation, will also be partnering with 2K Foundations to help underprivileged kids around the world as well as future basketball court renovations. Full details about what’s coming to Season 3 can be found below.
● Updated Look and Feel: Experience slick UI updates, numerous quality-of-life improvements, brand-new card designs and exclusive card themes. Players also have the chance to obtain new legendary players including Manu Ginobili and Bill Walton at launch, with more coming throughout the season;
● New Event: King of the Court: Solo players can test their skills in the new multi-day tournament. Face off against seven opponents in a single elimination bracket to receive point rewards; win or lose the tournament and proceed to another bracket; and check out the global leaderboards that track points per bracket with rewards for players;
● New Card Themes: Access bi-weekly card themes starting December 1 that include No. 1 Draft Picks, Historic Greats, Seasonal and Holiday, other exclusive high-tiered themes released throughout the season and more;
● Additional Content: Players can also look forward to a new soundtrack, fresh MyPLAYER equipment added bi-weekly and fresh jerseys, courts and player ratings to reflect the upcoming NBA season.