Here’s your first look at NBA 2K21 gameplay running on the PlayStation 5 ahead of the console’s launch next month. In this footage we get a glimpse at a new camera angle inspired by the 2020 NBA Bubble, which brings you closer to the court than ever before. It takes a couple of seconds to load the game, meaning there’s no time for NBA 2KTV – or those commercials that caused controversy recently.
There are multiple commentary teams, which should give variety to matches. We also see new mechanics, such as the impact dunking system, and rewritten foot planting systems. The developer, Visual Concepts, has promised to share more about other upcoming changes – including the mode formerly known as the Neighborhood – in the run-up to release. For now, check out the match-up between the Golden State Warriors and the New Orleans Pelicans above.
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this Allie Laforce lady looks like her soul is in the process of leaving her body
@TheFrenchiestFry Whenever I see her, I think about the time I was at a high school football game (she’s my age and we went to rival schools) and she ferociously rejected my friend and I laugh and laugh.
Looking at this compared to the stuff we’ve seen from Madden on next gen…what a joke Madden has become.
Not a bad effort for a first wave of games, it definitely shows us that we are in for a treat especially with Sony first party developers games.
just me or when players move they seem be skipping frames animation if this is final build then its poor effort.
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