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NBA 2K14 PS4, Xbox One gameplay coincides with release

NBA 2K14 for the PS3 and Xbox 360 was released today in North America, and as a little treat for those of you who will be getting a next-gen console 2K Games thought today would be the perfect moment to release some gameplay footage.

The NBA 2K14 PS4 and Xbox One gameplay footage is not as good as we were expecting, although the video quality could have something to do with this. We cannot be certain what next-gen console this is being played on, as we were told it was just going to be PS4 footage, but that since changed and says next generation instead.

Looking at the NBA 2K14 next-gen content in the video below we get to see LeBron James doing what he does best, which then leads into a montage with some of NBA biggest stars.

Some of you will not be happy with the footage because there is only a few seconds of actual next-gen gameplay. However, the early footage of LeBron could also be gameplay footage and if so, then we are impressed with what we have seen so far.

If you are in the UK, then the release of NBA 2K14 will be on 4th of October, which is a Friday. As a way to celebrate its release there is a special event in London on 3rd of October from 6:30-1030 pm at The Regal. In order to gain entry to this launch party you need to be 18 years old and over. A word of warning, you have just one day left to apply for tickets. More details can be found here.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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