NBA 2K21 shows next-gen features on commented gameplay
With NBA 2K21 just two weeks away from the release of NBA 2K21 on next-gen consoles, the Visual Concepts team remains focused on sharing more details about how the game was created to take full advantage of the incredible power, speed, and technology of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
To do that, the developer has published a new gameplay trailer commented by Erick Boenisch, Executive Producer of Visual Concepts, and Mike Wang, Gameplay Director of the game, in which they have shown some of the next-gen advances of the game.
The video presents a match between the Golden State Warriors against New Orleans Pelicans with images captured from a no final version of NBA 2K21 on PS5.
Featured NBA 2K21 Next-Gen improvements:
• Lightning-fast load times: Thanks to the SSD hard drives built into next-gen consoles, NBA 2K21 now features incredibly short load times that take gamers straight into the action.
• More Realistic: Next-generation advancements in shooting, dribbling, movement, and impact provide an NBA 2K experience that blurs the line between reality and game.
•The Court Comes to Life: NBA 2K21 sets a new benchmark in audience interaction, thanks to more than 150 unique AI-powered spectators who behave realistically to create an innovative Lower Tier experience.
NBA 2K21 also includes NBA MyTEAM, NBA MyCAREER, and more.
Of course, just like the current-gen versions, the next-gen versions of the game will include the most famous game modes of the franchise: NBA MyTEAM and NBA MyCAREER. So rest assured, the option to buy NBA 2K21 MT Coins will continue to exist to play in the new versions of the game, you have nothing to worry about.
On the other hand, to broadcast the English games, NBA 2K21 will have two different teams of commentators on PS5 and Xbox One.
The current cast featuring Kevin Harland, Greg Anthony, and David Aldridge will be available, while you can also choose to listen to the second team consisting of Brian Anderson, Grant Hill, and Allie LaForce.
Of course, Doris Burke could not be absent in this installment and will be a guest on the broadcasts along with Steve Smith, Chris Webber, Brent Barry, and Clark Kellogg in a very complete staff that will make you feel that you are in a real basketball game.
Finally, the developers promised that next week they will continue to reveal more exclusive features of the next-gen versions of NBA 2K21, so there is nothing left but to wait patiently.
(Contributed by José D. Villalobos; Edited by Hermes_Fang)