Today we received a full breakdown of the NBA 2K23 Jordan Challenge and we're already excited to take the court when the game releases.
You might be wondering why this is such an impressive addition of the game and we're going to go over that below.
Let's go over some of the details and specifics of the program.
NBA 2K23 Jordan Challenge
Revealed in a Courtside Report, there are several meticulous details that were included in the NBA 2K23 Jordan Challenge.
You'll immediately be transported back to a time when Jordan played for the University of North Carolina, paired with revamped graphics and immersive gameplay.
Completing the Playable Moments in the NBA 2K23 Jordan Challenge will not only bring nostalgia but also rewards in NBA 2K23 MyTEAM and MyCAREER.
In the Courtside Report, it was revealed that you can earn a Jordan UNC jersey by completing these challenges.
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Attention to detail in Playable Moments
Now, when making the NBA 2K23 Jordan Challenge, 2K could've gone the simple route and not redesign the court for each challenge.
However, their attention to detail made them focus their efforts on replicating the exact moment. This includes implementing broadcasts from the 1980s and 1990s.
Each of the 15 Jordan Challenge games features a pre-game interview with a luminary that was a part of what made the game special.
The studio also captured a full PA announcer set from Ray Clay to include as the official Bulls PA announcer to make the NBA 2K23 Jordan Challenge even more immersive.
It isn't just cosmetic details that you can expect once you launch the NBA 2K23 Jordan Challenge.
Gameplay authenticity is something that the studio strived for and slowed down the game considering the pace of the game was much slower during Jordan's time.
The importance of the post and the mid-range game was a focal point in the 80s and 90s of the NBA, this will be reflected in the NBA 2K23 Jordan Challenge as well.
To check out more on the NBA 2K23 Jordan Challenge and the details of the Courtside Report, follow this link.