A new game is coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and it will feature a new hero and a new mode called “NBA 2k19” for the new console.
The game will have “a new hero,” as Microsoft announced Tuesday.
It will be called “Ricky,” and will be the player that takes over the team for the first time in the game’s history.
The new character will be introduced in a video that will be shown on the Xbox One’s “Gamescom 2016” panel.
The gameplay video will include footage of Ricky’s new role as the franchise’s first African-American superstar, a scene that is set in Atlanta.
“This is the first game that brings the African-Americans back,” Microsoft marketing manager Scott Fagan said in a statement.
“This new game will be an immersive experience for the fans.”
In “NBA 19,” fans can take control of Ricky, a player from the Cleveland Cavaliers.
He can control the ball, attack the rim, create space for his teammates, and score.
He will be able to use a variety of offensive and defensive moves.
The team will also include a new coach, and he will be named “MVP” and lead the team through the NBA’s playoff run.
The NBA 2K franchise will also be featured in the new game, and the title of the franchise is “NBA” instead of “NBA2K.”
The franchise will be supported on Microsoft’s Xbox Live, Xbox Live Arcade, and Xbox app, which is part of the new Microsoft-published games platform.
Microsoft announced that the new “NBA 20” title will launch next year.