With the game nearly two months out from release, 2K has released the first screenshots of NBA 2K16. The shots focus on the game's three cover athletes: Steph Curry of the Warriors, James Harden of the Rockets, and Anthony Davis of the Pelicans.
Last week, 2K released a trailer detailing the new Pro-Am mode, but this is the first time we've seen any actual pictures of the game. Previously, 2K had confirmed that Spike Lee is working on the MyCareer story mode that will see players rise from being a top high school player to the ranks of the NBA's elite.
NBA 2K16 launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC on September 29. Those who pre-order it from select retailers, however, will have access to the game on Friday, September 25, four days prior to the street date, giving dedicated players the weekend before the official launch to get ready for the rest of the competition.
If you'd like to learn more about what could be in NBA 2K16 when it launches next month, you can read about a leak that spilled a huge chunk of the potential feature list last month.