Developed by Visual Concepts and released by 2K, the basketball game NBA 2K21 has been launched on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC platforms on September 4. Today, the game’s official Twitter announced the release date of the next-generation version of NBA 2K21. The next-generation version will first land on Microsoft Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles, and then on Sony’s PS5 console.
The official Twitter of NBA 2K21 announced the release date of the next-generation version of NBA 2K21: It will be launched on November 10th for Microsoft Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles, and on November 12th for PS5 first release regions (United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia), New Zealand, Japan and South Korea), will land on PS5 in other sales regions on November 19.
2K previously stated that the NBA 2K21 next-generation version is a new work "re-built" for the next-generation console, and therefore, it will not support cross-generation multiplayer games. PS5, Xbox Series X/S version of the NBA2K21 standard version is priced at $69.99, increasing $10. The next-generation Mamba Eternal Edition is priced the same as the current generation, at $99.99.
Once you reach the Classic, you will get a new stadium, and you can paste custom images on the stadium and jerseys. Your team must win many games to reach Elite 1 or higher because to get Elite 1, and you must win.
NBA 2K21 players can get some players through the critical moment card pack, and they can also gain experience by completing related tasks. So what are the tasks in the "critical moment" card pack? Please see the list of critical juncture card pack tasks in "NBA2K21" shared by the NBA2K21MT and hope to bring some help to all players.
As we all know, this time, the S9 Classic players made a lot of three-point shooters and high dunkers. Compared with these players, Jim Jackson is a relatively compromised player.
NBA 2K21 provides us with a new shooting meter with a new set of controls. Players will have to focus more on timing when pitching. Do you want to know why? Because if you step up time, the ball will miss everything. Yes, there may be actual flying balls in the latest games of the NBA 2K series.