NBA 2K19 is less than a month away from launch and developer Visual Concepts has revealed the complete NBA 2K19 soundtrack list. The soundtrack list for the upcoming game features some really interesting and catchy songs.
The NBA 2K19 soundtrack list includes 20 soundtracks from renowned artists like Bruno Mars, Fall Out Boy, Travis Scott.
However, that is not the full list of soundtracks that will be featured in the game as developer Visual Concepts has confirmed that there will be more soundtracks in the game.
Not only that, Travis Scott, who is also the executive producer for the Soundtrack, has noted that it’s an honor for him to work on the NBA 2K19 soundtrack which also includes one of his songs too. “This is an honor. I always like the chance to curate music to fit a lifestyle and 2K is definitely a lifestyle”.
Speaking of the NBA franchise, the previous entry, NBA 2K18, was heavily criticized for its microtransaction implementation but, that didn’t stop it from becoming the entry to sell the highest number of copies in the franchise.
According to publisher 2K, NBA 2K18 sales have touched the 10 million units sold milestone. Not only that, the publisher has revealed that 2 Billion games have been played in NBA 2K18.
Aside from becoming the highest selling entry in the franchise, the franchise as a whole has sold over 80 Million units since its inception in 1999, cementing its place as the best-selling and top-rated NBA title ever.
NBA 2K18 is our highest-selling sports title ever, and a testament to the tireless hard work and innovation of the team at Visual Concepts. The ability to improve consistently upon an annual series and grow its audience reflects the team’s drive to remain on the leading-edge of pop culture and finding new and exciting ways to captivate and engage players.
While NBA 2K18 was criticized for its microtransactions but, Visual Concepts has assured that it won’t repeat the same mistake and noted that microtransaction in NBA 2K19 will be fair.
NBA 2K19 is a basketball simulator in development at Visual Concept and is scheduled to launch on September 11, 2018, for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.