It seems clear, 2K has gone guns blazing on the PlayStation 5 from Weismart's blog

The nearer we get to the unveiling of NBA 2K21 on NBA 2K22 MT next-gen, the more enthusiastic I am about what's ahead. The current-gen version has fumbled around a little, but I have to believe a few of the issues are because of 2K dividing its sources together with all the next-gen iteration.


It seems clear, 2K has gone guns blazing on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X models, and let us not forget what they didn't place the bar as we moved to the current-gen back in 2013. This time around, all indications point to 2K doing their best to deliver the kind of visual experience that is unmatched across--at the very least--all the other titles set to start from first week of next-gen accessibility. Right now, the one most impressive looking game I've observed on next-gen is Spider-Man: Miles Morales. If you have not seen it yet, here is a sneak peak and you tell me if you can easily differentiate when the action moves from cutscene to real gameplay.Galaxy Opal Kawhi Leonard Leads NBA 2K20 Prime Series III Cards Release


The game looks totally bonkers, and there's every reason to believe it will be a blast to playwith. Nevertheless, I will go out on a limb and say NBA 2K21 on PS5 and Xbox Series X will be even more notable. After we saw that the Zion Williamson trailer under, many were impressed, but there were jokes about excessive sweat, and others wondered if this could be real in-game footage. Sweat jokes aside, this seems great, and when you imagine what it will look like in a virtual stadium, packed with entirely 3-D-rendered lovers, officials, cheerleaders, coaches, chairs and other players on the ground, matters go to the next level. Take a look at a couple of Buy NBA 2K22 MT Coins videos made to showcase the power of this PS5 and Xbox Collection X.


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Added Jun 17 '21

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