What we don’t know about yet is how the gameplay will change, but more information on that will come in the form of “three Courtside Reports that cover core gameplay, new movement and the “Impact Engine,” as well as next-gen AI and major changes to the MyPLAYER Builder.” In the following weeks the drip feed should reveal info about WNBA, MyCareer and improvements to the Neighborhood mode.
NBA 2K21 will be available at launch on the new consoles: November 10th for Xbox Series X and Series S, and November 12th for PS5 in the regions where it’s available. Also, like some other games it’s more expensive on the new consoles, with a $70 starting price, or $100 if you bought the Mamba Edition that included access across new and old systems.
Visual Concepts president Greg Thomas said in a statement “Never before have we been able to deliver this level of visual fidelity and realism in a video game, NBA 2K21 is the standout title that best delivers the promise of next-gen: truly revolutionary graphics, lighting-fast load times and incredible new features and gameplay only possible on next generation hardware.”
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