Essentially, it's a survival-based manner where multiple players have been placed on a map and are tasked with scavenging for tools while trying to remove the other people on the map. Generally, 2K19 MT the winner is the gamer who is the last one position. How would you implement something similar to that at a basketball game?
Obviously, this is a basketball match, so there are no kills and if you consider it, there is no way that the NBA would sign off to a game with gunplay. But, that doesn't kill my battle royale basketball concept.
The mode would unlock a post-apocalyptic version of this Neighborhood map. Rotting basketball courts, tattered buildings, and other alternative structures could make up the scene.
The objective is to maneuver throughout the area scoring a variety of baskets on a number of observable and somewhat hidden hoops. Some are large, some are low. Some are indoors and some are outside. The tougher the shot, the more points you earn.
For instance, if you see a hoop beside the construction your MyPlayer resides in, you could move all the way back into the Gatorade gym and try to sink long-term bombs. Creating this type of shot would result in a large number of points for your total.
The thing is to score sufficient points to prevent the removal windows and closing regions of the Neighborhood (like the thinning of the secure areas away in the storm in Fortnite). In this instance, the thinning area would be replaced by closing hours for the various locations.
The first window might eliminate anyone who does not have at least 50 points. The next cutoff could be 75. The third 100 and the final wave could cut at 200. With the accessible field of the Neighborhood having dwindled down to a single court or hoop area, the close of each round would function as a free-for-all of sorts with every gamer for themselves.