Hello, dear friends, all the friends who like sports don't necessarily like basketball, but all the friends who like basketball like the NBA 2K series! After more than ten years of development, this series of games has become the basketball game benchmark. It is one of the must-play games for most people in childhood! Today, NBA2K21MT will bring you a big inventory of NBA 2K series cover stars! Who is the best player in your heart?
NBA 2K1, NBA 2K2, NBA 2K3, ESPN NBA Basketball - Allen Iverson
The player on the cover has been Allen Iverson of the Philadelphia 76ers until ESPN NBA 2K5.
ESPN NBA 2K5 - Ben Wallace
Ben Wallace of the Detroit Pistons is a screenplay. This marked the first time in the series that players other than Allen Iverson were listed as screen players. Sega released the latest NBA 2K game, then sold Visual Concepts to Take-Two Interactive to form 2K Sports. This is also the second and last game to have the ESPN brand trademark on its cover (ESPN brand trademark will be deleted, and subsequent versions will again be referred to as "NBA 2Kx" and later "NBA 2Kxx".)
NBA 2K6, NBA 2K7 - Shaquille O'Neal
Shaquille O'Neal of the Miami Heat was the screenplay for the game. NBA 2K6 is the predecessor of NBA 2K7 in the NBA 2K series and is the first NBA 2K title issued by 2K Sports.
NBA 2K8 - Chris Paul
Chris Paul of the New Orleans Hornets was the screenplay for the game. NBA 2K8 is the predecessor of NBA 2K9 in the NBA 2K series.
NBA 2K9 - Kevin Garnett
Kevin Garnett (Kevin Garnett) of the Boston Celtics is the cover player of the game. NBA 2K9 is the predecessor of NBA 2K10 in the NBA 2K series.
NBA 2K10 - Kobe
Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers is the cover player of the game. NBA 2K10 is the first game released for the PlayStation Portable and Nintendo Wii platforms in the series; since NBA 2K3 was released for the GameCube, it is also the first game in the series be released on the Nintendo console.
NBA 2K11 - Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan is the cover athlete of the game. This is the first game used with PlayStation Move on PlayStation 3.
NBA 2K12 - Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, Magic Johnson
This is the first time in the series that three screeners have participated. The three-screen players are Michael Jordan (also a screen player in NBA 2K11), Magic Johnson, and Larry Bird. This is the last part of the series released for PlayStation 2.
NBA 2K13 - Kevin Durant, Clippers, and Derek
Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers, and Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls are screen players, all of whom appear dunks. NBA 2K13 is the successor of NBA 2K12, the successor of NBA 2K14 in the NBA 2K series, and is the fourteenth batch of products in the 2K series. The game is executed by the rapper Jay - Z. Rapper Jay - Z designed the game and planned its soundtrack. This is also the last NBA 2K game released on Wii and PlayStation Portable, the only device available on Wii U, and the previous device accessible on a pure handheld system.
NBA 2K14 - LeBron James
LeBron James of the Miami Heat became a cover player and served as the game's music curator. 2K Sports also released a DLC package. As a reward for pre-ordering the game, they will receive 10,000 VC, reward content in the "Path to Greatness" mode, add James in the Blacktop mode, and signature skills in the MyCareer mode. On August 14, 2013, 2K Sports announced that Crew Mode would return to this year's NBA 2K.
NBA 2K15 - Kevin Durant
Kevin Durant (Kevin Durant) of the Oklahoma City Thunder is one of the three screeners for NBA 2K13 and a solo player for NBA 2K15. NBA 2K16 inherited NBA 2K15.
NBA 2K16 - Stephen Curry, Pelicans, James Harden
The main game has three different covers. One is Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans, the other is Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, and the other is James Harden of the Houston Rockets. A specific version of the game was also released. There is Michael Jordan on the cover. Besides, the cover player of the French version of NBA 2K16 is Tony Parker of the San Antonio Spurs, the German version is Dennis Schroder of the Atlanta Hawks, and the Spanish version of the Memphis Grizzlies and the Chicago Bulls Mark Gasol Respectively. NBA 2K17 inherited NBA 2K16.
NBA 2K17 - Paul George
Paul George of the Indiana Pacers is the cover player of the regular version of the game, and Kobe Bryant is the cover player of the "Legend Edition". In Italy, the screener is Danilo Gallinari, and in Spain, the screener is Pau Gasol. The game version for iOS and Android was released on September 23, 2016. "NBA 2K18" replaces "NBA 2K17".
NBA 2K18 - Kyrie Irving
Kyrie Irving of the Boston Celtics is the cover player of the regular version of the game. Shaquille O'Neal is the cover athlete of the special edition, and DeMar DeRozan of the Toronto Raptors is the cover athlete of the Canadian edition. When selected as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Irving was traded to the Boston Celtics before the game was released. As a result, a new cover appeared alongside the original COVER, depicting Irving in the Celtics uniform. This is the last part of the series released for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
NBA 2K19 - Giannis Antetokounmpo
Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks is the cover player of the Standard Edition. LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers (also the cover player of NBA 2K14) is the 20th Anniversary Edition cover player. The cover of North America is Antetokounmpo and James, while the Cover of Australia and New Zealand is Ben Simmons of the Philadelphia 76ers from Australia.
NBA 2K20 - Anthony Davis, Dwyane Wade
Anthony Davis of the Los Angeles Lakers is the cover player of the regular version of the game, and Dwyane Wade is the cover player of the "legendary" performance.
NBA 2K21 - Zion Williamson, Damian Lillard, Kobe Bryant
On June 30, 2020, NBA 2K announced that Damian Lillard of the Portland Trail Blazers would cover the standard version of the current console. On July 1, 2020, NBA 2K announced that Zion Williamson (Zion Williamson) would be the cover player for the next-generation console standard edition. The final cover was released on July 2, 2020, in memory of the late Kobe Bryant. The current version of the console will have a #8 COVER - which includes his artwork with an African dunk and a #24 cover for the next-generation console