NHL 2K will be hitting Android and iOS this fall, according to an announcement made today by 2K. The premium hockey title will be launching for the price of $7.99, but promises enhanced graphics and some highlighted new features, including a more detailed career mode, three-on-three mini-game, multiplayer options and more. NHL 2K will also receive updates with roster updates to enable players to fully flesh out their squad.
As well as as a fully featured user experience, NHL 2K will come packing MFi Controller support and connectivity with NHL GameCenter. It'll be interesting to see how 2K brings the popular sport to mobile platforms in this latest title. We'll let you all know when the game is available on supported app stores. Who's excited for NHL 2K?
2K announces upcoming NHL 2K game, coming to iOS and Android
New York, NY – September 17, 2014 – 2K today announced the hard-hitting action of the NHL is returning to mobile devices with NHL® 2K. Co-developed by Visual Concepts, a 2K studio, and Virtuos Games, NHL 2K will arrive this fall for iOS and Android devices as a premium mobile game for $7.99.
NHL fans and mobile game enthusiasts will enjoy NHL 2K's enhanced graphics and compelling new features, including a detailed My Career mode; fast-paced, three-on-three mini-game; and first-ever multiplayer options, allowing fans to play in a turn-based shootout against their friends. In addition, the NHL 2K universe will continually expand with roster updates, enabling players to routinely add new talent to their teams as they compete to win the highly coveted Stanley Cup® Championship.
A complete list of NHL 2K features includes: • Classic game modes, including NHL Winter Classic®, Free Skate and Shootout; • New immersive My Career mode; • New three-on-three competitive Mini-Rink game; • New multiplayer options; • Live roster updates; • MFi Controller compatibility, NHL GameCenter LIVE™ connectivity and iCloud support (for iOS only).
NHL 2K will be available for download later this fall from the App Store, Google Play Store and Amazon Appstore for $7.99.
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