NBA 2K21: 6 Things You Want to Know
NBA Fans may wonder what NBA2K will look like and how it respond to the canceled season and superstar Kobe Bryant's accidental death.
The 2019-20 NBA season was canceled, which was a shit considering fans were expecting a great NBA final matchup between LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo.
With that, and with the premature death of Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant, fans are wondering what NBA 2K will look like and how it will respond to the canceled season and the death of one of the game's greats. Now let's take a look at everything we know so far and hope for NBA 2K21.
1. Kobe Bryant gets the cover?
An earlier post talked about how Kobe Bryant is likely to be the man who graces all special editions of the game as the NBA wants to show respect and honor to him in every possible way. With that said, who's going to grace the cover of the game's regular edition?
When you look at the players who have become superstars, there seems to be a clear and obvious choice. Dallas Mavericks' Luka Doncic took his skills to a new level during the shortened season, showing the world that he could be the next big thing in the NBA. But for Kobe, I think most of us would like to commemorate him with this method, to Kobe Bryant!
2.Update of NBA 2K21
When you think about how next-generation consoles will improve NBA 2K21, it's unclear how much better they are on the new hardware and how much players have to pay to upgrade. Fortunately for Xbox gamers, NBA 2K is likely to opt for the platform's smart delivery service, which offers consumers next-generation upgrades at no additional cost.
For those who want to pick up the PS5, they have not communicated their plans and whether or not they would offer a similar service will only show the time what happens to NBA 2K21 on this platform.
With PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X slated for release in 2020, the logical assumption is that NBA 2K21 will be released on next-generation platforms after its release. The game itself is usually released in October and new consoles are usually released in November. Therefore, it makes sense that 2K as a publisher wants this game available as soon as possible.
The big question will be what will be the difference between the two versions and what might be an incentive for gamers to upgrade to the next generation consoles and ports.
4.Could be delayed
Aside from the important and actual impact of the current pandemic on humans, an unfortunate side effect is that almost every new conversation is postponed and / or delayed. Outside of The Last of Us Part 2 and Iron Man VR, the gaming world hasn't really seen many delays.
This is partly due to the fact that the industry is so secret, and insiders say many games have suffered setbacks behind the scenes. Will NBA 2K21 be released as planned or will basketball fans have to wait this year?
5. WNBA will return
Last year, the NBA 2K franchise made a big step forward by including the WNBA as a playable mode. Players could take control of their favorite WNBA teams and prove the talent and skills of some of the world's top basketball players.
It has been a huge success with humans and it is likely that this will return in NBA 2K21. It's unclear whether they'll spice up WNBA gameplay with new features or even their own franchise mode, but everything is possible. Let’s see!
6.Generous with currency
The Americans and the whole world will be in a completely different place economically when things return to normal. Smart businesses will understand that consumers are likely to have less disposable income or will be more rigorous and responsible with their spending habits.
This will result in companies being more generous with the value they offer as they want to put consumers back in the habit of spending. The best way to do this is to make users feel like they are getting good value for money.