The NBA regular season finishes in a few weeks, but Google has recently released a huge update to its popular Pixel Arena function. The original Pixel Arena was marketed as a virtual place where fans could completely immerse themselves in the NBA, but there wasn’t much to do but play trivia and watch 3D shot recaps. According to an official blog post, the new Pixel Arena, on the other hand, is jam-packed with diversions for the discriminating basketball lover.
The most significant change is that players may now freely move about the environment, reducing the focus on menu-diving in favour of natural discovery. Since you want to appear your best for observers as you move around the virtual arena, the avatar design procedure has been much improved. The new avatar creator now considers more authentic skin tones, according to the 10-shade Monk Skin Tone (MST) scale.
Google also didn’t hold back when it came to providing additional virtual fashion and accessory choices, claiming that there are now over a “trillion style pairings inspired by future streetwear and basketball culture.” For brand synergy, each avatar comes with a bogus Pixel 7 Pro. The highlight clips tool has also been upgraded, enabling users to remix 3D highlights by highlighting various viewing angles and the like.
Google and the NBA have added some new mini-games to the lineup, although they are still trivia-based. Yet, the app has machine learning algorithms that generate new trivia questions based on current events. For example, if a player sets a lifetime high, you will almost certainly be asked a pertinent question sooner rather than later. All of these modes are accessible in either single-player or multiplayer form.