NBA 2K15
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Buoyed by the success of NBA 2K15, 2K has surged ahead with the development of NBA 2K16, the successor to the current gaming title that simulated professional basketball. That is not all, it has also indicated that the feedback it collects for WWE 2K15 will be used for developing WWE 2K16.

NBA 2K fans will be thrilled, why wouldn't they be? Reports have claimed that 2K has started its development work on NBA 2K16 by getting two of the full body scans of NBA teams, Miami Heat and the Brooklyn Nets.

In the run up, unlike the current game, NBA 2K15, where NBA players got only their face scanned, the NBA 2K16 will cover more ground as it will include the fully scanned body and not just their faces. This is a significant development, noted Gameranx.

This came to light after players from both the teams were seen posting pictures of them getting their bodies scanned at Pixel Gun Studio

It has raised eyebrows as to why these scans are being done during the middle of the NBA season. However, 2K seems to like to start things early. Hope we see an improved version of the game in NBA 2K16.

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Fan Feedback to Shape WWE 2K16

2K has indicated that it will be using the fan feeback it gathers in WWE 2K15 to make an improved version of its successor, WWE 2K16.

WWE 2K15 had a mixed review but had to tackle many issues like removal of features, lack of matches, inablilty to create female wrestlers on next-generation versions, reported Atack of the Fanboy.

Marcus Stephenson, community manager at WWE Games posted on the official forums that, "At the request of the WWE Games development team, our WWE 2K Feedback project NOW BEGINS!"

"We are asking for your sincere feedback and wishlist items on the future of WWE Games. What features do you want to see? What haven't you liked in past years that you want improved?"

Interested fans and players can drop their feedback here.