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2K has today revealed new in-game technology that enables "NBA 2K15 players to put themselves into the game like never before with all-new face scan technology."

According to the press release players will be able to scan their face directly into the game through "native first-party camera hardware." This will mark the first game on next-gen console to allow full 3D realised players in the game, that is according to 2K. The facial tech will only be available in MyCareer mode and online in multiplayer matches.

As usual with sports games we also get weird trailers. Today we have 2K15 taking a look behind the scenes at Rockets NBA All-Star James Harden, who calls in the "Beard Guru" to help him with his facial problems. A more formal trailer was also offered up that gives you a brief, instructional demo on how to scan your face in. Check them out.

NBA 2K15 arrives on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One come October 10th.






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