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Parašė 29 liepos 2017 - 08:04:31

Štai atėjo šiek tiek naujienu apie  NBA 2k18  My Leauge ir MY GM

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A developer blog written by senior producer Erick Boenisch was provided to me on Wednesday and then published on Thursday detailing all of the new additions to both MyGM and MyLeague. Boenisch and his team have long been dedicated to delivering the most comprehensive and customizable franchise mode experiences in sports video games.

The nine-page blog is packed with data. Here's a breakdown of every new feature headed to MyGM and MyLeague.

MyGM: The Next Chapter

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MyGM: The Next Chapter puts you in the role of a former player who has been given the opportunity to be a general manager after being away from the game for six years. It's a "narrative-driven story-based franchise experience." Picture MyCareer, only you're the general manager.


There will be cutscenes that challenge you to handle back room scenarios, conversations with players, the owner, your staff, the press and other general managers around the league. The blog stresses one theme: this is not a canned experience that will see every gamer experiencing the same situations and drama.

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Per Boenisch, "your path will be determined by the choices you make and the answers you provide at the many key points in the narrative." Very little of the actual story was given to protect the integrity of plot.

New For MyGM and MyLeague

The 2017 NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA)

   Super Max Contracts: You will be able to sign players to extensions similar to the ones signed by Golden State Warriors' point guard Stephen Curry and Houston Rockets guard James Harden.
   
 Exception Amounts: The MLE will increase by 45%.
   
 Rookie Scale Contracts: The Rookie Scale will also increase by 45%.
    
Minimum Annual Salary: The league minimum contract will rise by 45% beginning with the 2017-18 NBA season.
    
Annual Increases: Players with ‘Bird Rights’ will now be eligible for 8% annual raises. Non-Bird players are eligible for 5%.
    Maximum Salaries: Players will have new maximum salaries calculated using the actual Salary Cap.
 
   Over-38 Rule: The Over-36 Rule wasn't previously supported in NBA 2K, but the new rule binding teams to the contract restrictions of signing a player that turns 38 during the contract.
   
 Stretch Provision: This is also new to NBA 2K. When a player is waived using the Stretch provision, the team will not be able to re-sign or re-acquire the player until July 1 of the season where the contract ends.
    
Roster Minimums: The roster requirement is up from 13 to 14 unless granted an exception.
    
New Timeout Rules: The maximum number of timeouts in a regulation game will drop from 18 to 14. Also, instead of allowing each team to call three timeouts in the final two minutes, the new limit will be two timeouts in the final three minutes.

There's more to the rule change, but this is all that can be felt in NBA 2K18.
    New Trading Deadline: The date has been moved up from the Thursday after the All-Star break to 10 days prior to it.
    More: Player ETOs, Moratorium Period (we'll talk more about this below), Two-Way Contracts (same with this), Stepien Rule, and more.

G-League Integration

The G-League (formerly known as the D-League) is coming to NBA 2K18. This was a much-requested feature so some fans will be happy to see this added. Unfortunately, you will not be able to play the G-League games, the feature allows you to develop players designated for the development league.

Players who have gone undrafted will populate the league, and the simmed games will feature stat tracking so that you can monitor and scout players for a potential call-up.

Two-Way Contracts

The two-way contract has become a pretty popular tool for NBA general managers. Guys like Antonio Blakeney and others played themselves into a deal during the Summer League via a two-way contract.

Any player with three or fewer years of NBA service is eligible to sign a two-way deal. A player on a two-way can spend no more than 45 days as a part of an NBA roster. If the player reaches the 45-day mark, he must either spend the remainder of the season in the G-League or be converted into a minimum contract player.

Free Agent Moratorium

This seven-day time period is one of the most exciting portions of the NBA off-season. It's when free agents can verbally agree to sign with new teams, but they can't sign deals until the moratorium comes to a close. NBA 2K18 will have it's own FA Moratorium, but it will last three days.

International Draft Prospect Stashing

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 10: Qi Zhou #15 of China reacts during the men's preliminary round group A game 33 against Venezuela on Day 5 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Carioca Arena 1 on August 10, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

NBA teams have been using the "Draft-and-Stash" strategy for maintaining control of developing international prospects for years. This year, it'll make its way to NBA 2K18.

If you select international prospects in draft classes, you will see the number of years they will remain "overseas" before they are free from their current professional contract and are eligible to sign with your team.  

Analytics Tool
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Boenisch called this new feature "the Ultimate Research/Player Scouting Tool." You can plot any two data sets against each other to find a player that fits a specific need.  For example, you can plot every player in the league by their minutes per game versus their assists per game.  all of the players in the league by their MPG versus their RPG.  You can use raw stats, per 36 minutes or even per 100 possessions.

You can even reduce the data set to imagine the last 10 or 20 games, or go by home and away splits, the current season, last season or total career stats. Lastly, you can create charts by sorting the data by salary, age, height, wingspan and more.


Trading Draft Rights

In NBA 2K18, you will be able to trade the rights to players while the draft is in process.

Cap Holds/Renounced Rights

This is another feature that is new to NBA 2K. Now, a free agent will continue to count against your team's salary cap until they are signed (by your team or elsewhere). You will also have the ability to renounce the rights to a free-agent player to free up the cap room they take away. This forfeits the Bird Rights a team has to the player if they were eligible.

Improved Draft Class Generation

Players generated in draft classes will have "a more appropriate spread of attributes and tendencies." This logic can be updated all year long.

Alternate Uniforms for Created/Relocated Teams

In NBA 2K18, you will not only be able to create, relocate and rebrand teams with a custom home and away jersey, you'll also be able to create alternate uniforms. You can even copy the home or away jersey into the alternate slot in the event you want to do a re-design, and you want to create your own throwback jersey.

Rebranding in Existing Arena

In NBA 2K17, if you wanted to rebrand your floor, you had to create an entire arena. In NBA 2K18, you'll be able to change the floor without changing the arena.

All-Star Selection Experience

I believe the All-Star Game was always in the same city in every season you played in MyLeague or MyGM in NBA 2K17. In NBA 2K18, the host city will change each season. There's a built-in logic system that takes into account city prestige, years since it last hosted the game, the team's age and more.

The announcement of the host city will generate some sort of presentation during the off-season. If you're in MyLeague and don't like the host city, you can override the decision. You can even build a custom court for the All-Star Game and it will feature that year's All-Star logo.

MyLEAGUE Online Improvements

The online version of MyLeague is also getting some upgrades. In NBA 2K18, you'll be able to rebrand and relocate teams. League admins can even customize CPU teams. League admins can now restart playoff games that render a result after one player unexpectedly drops from the game.

Player Accessory Frequency

Accessories get a lot of love and criticism in NBA 2K. This year, you'll be able to decide how often a player wears any of their 17 potential accessories. For each accessory, you'll be able to select from five frequency options (never, rarely, sometimes, often and always).

This option will also be available with MyPlayers and other created players. Each real-life NBA player will automatically have an accessory frequency rating which will be updated throughout the season and reflected in the latest roster updates.

Improved Searching for Created Teams/Rebrand

The search logic for created teams and rebrands have been expanded. Team Name, City Name, and Gamertag are all available as search criteria.

Bookmarking Favorite Creators

In NBA 2K18, you can favorite/bookmark your favorite roster or team design creators to gain access to their content quicker.

Hardship Exception

The NBA hardship exception has also made it to NBA 2K18. If your team has four or more players injured who have missed at least three regular season games (or one week of calendar time for shortened seasons) you can be allowed to add another roster spot to your team.

Jump Shot Creator

When editing any player in the league, you will now have the ability to completely customize that player’s jump shot. This feature was exclusive to MyCareer in NBA 2K17.

Duplicate Player Picker for Fantasy Drafts

If you're doing a fantasy draft and using a roster that has duplicate players (i.e. several versions of Michael Jordan) you can choose whether you want to have duplicate players.

Practice Plays

In MyGM and MyLeague, you will now be able to practice plays with your team.

Player Create Added To MyLEAGUE

In previous versions of NBA 2K, you were stuck with the players that were included in the roster you chose to use when you started a MyLeague. In NBA 2K18 you can add new created players to your already ongoing MyLeague, even midseason.

Quick Edit Improvements
Quick edit is a feature that makes it a little easier to custom and edit rosters. In NBA 2K18, you will be able to alter body part durability, badges and their levels for every player in the league from the quick-edit screen.

New Team Relocation Cities

Relocation is still in NBA 2K18 and this year there are 10 new cities to choose from:

    Fort Worth (Texas)
    El Paso (Texas)
    Albuquerque (New Mexico)
    Tucson (Arizona)
    Fresno (California)
    Long Beach (California)
    Mesa (Arizona)
    Virginia Beach (Virginia)
    Colorado Springs (Colorado)
    Raleigh (North Carolina)

Each city has its own market size, metro income, television homes market and more. This could provide a challenge for gamers who want to relocate to these cities.

Improved MyGM Slider Support

MyGM will feature a new set of customization options to personalize the experience. This was a ton of information. Stay tuned later today for a list of the 10 best new features for MyGM and MyLeague.



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