A Short Review Of NBA 2K21: The Good And The Bad
NBA 2K21 is officially here, that means it’s time to review it. We are going to talk about the good and the bad of the newest entry to the NBA 2K franchise in this short review. Let’s begin.
The shooting system is improved and is much harder, but the challenge is a nice addition. With this system, the players need timing their shot to control the accuracy and the right angle for their shot to center it. This change gave the game more rhyme and depth to the matches.
This year MyCareer is more engaging than previous years. The story follows the path of the son of a local basketball legend. Therefore, he has to prove himself and others that he is worthy to reach the NBA. This story mode includes some great new celebrity cameos like Michael K. Williams and DjimonHounsou.
The soundtrack is one of the most positive aspects of NBA 2K21. It has great choices, with a great mix of popular hits of all kinds of music genres. Definitely the best soundtracks of the series!
On the visual, almost nothing has changed from NBA 2K20. However, there are some updated renders of players, stages, hairstyles, and some tattoos.
This year has some weird ratings just like previous years. This includes some overrated players and some underrated players. However, we hope that 2K fixes some of them with an update.
Despite the improvement of MyCareer, MyLeague and MyGM are almost completely unchanged from NBA 2K20. Some addition or changes would be great.
Finally, we still cannot create female MyPlayers, we have to wait for the next-gen version.
NBA 2K21 is out right now for the current generation of consoles: Google Stadia, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One. NBA 2K21 MT coins are now for sale on MTStacks store. Visit the store and grab some as you like.