[Update: 2K has just sent out a press release stating that NBA 2KVR Experience will be releasing on November 22nd on PSVR.]
NBA 2KVR hasn’t even been announced by 2K Games, yet the trophies for the unannounced “experience” are already floating around the internet. Weird, no?
The trophies, of which there are just 13, have made their way online, possibly scuppering the plans for a surprise release from 2K Games. The trophies also suggest that this won’t be a one-player affair, but will allow multiple people to play together using one console, though we imagine that Player Two would be using the TV screen and a DualShock 4, not a second PSVR headset. Take a peek at the trophies down below.
Complete any Skills Challenge Course, on any difficulty, in SOLO mode.
Complete a Three-Point game, on any difficulty, in SOLO mode.
Complete a Time Attack game, on any difficulty, in SOLO mode.
- Party Time
Complete any Party Single Event, on any difficulty (main user only).
- Friend Zone
Complete a Party Tournament, on any difficulty (main user only).
- Fueled Up
Consume every type of boost, and complete a game with each boost, in SOLO mode.
- Tricked Out
Unlock all Skills Challenge Courses, on any difficulty, in SOLO mode.
- The Alternator
Sink every other shot in a Three-Point game, on any difficulty, in SOLO mode.
- Ultimate Challenger
Reach challenge 10 (and sink the basket successfully) on Buzzer Beater, in SOLO mode.
- Three-Point Master
Complete a Three-Point game without missing a single shot, on Pro difficulty, in SOLO mode.
- Time Lord
Achieve a catch-to-release time of less than 10.0 seconds and never miss a shot, on Pro or All-Star difficulty in Buzzer Beater, in SOLO mode.
- Sink King
Complete a Time Attack game without missing a single shot, on any difficulty, with at least 15 successful baskets, in SOLO mode.
- Missin’ Impossible
Complete Course 10 of Skills Challenge on All-Star difficulty, without a single miss, in SOLO mode.
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Chris has been writing about gaming news for far too long, and now he’s doing it even more. A true PlayStation know-it-all, Chris has owned just about every Sony console that ever existed. Trophies are like crack to this fella. (Bronze trophies, that is – he only has one Platinum.)