The atmosphere seeps out from the sidelines so much
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I would say that NBA 2K21 is a great release for consoles and a lot more impressive than I anticipated. While the constraints in the animation are still evident at points, it is the most fluid and realistic-looking basketball game I've ever seen. Visual Concepts has set a high bar here when it comes to visual quality and this is only the beginning, really. Additionally, it is wonderful to realize that this version is completely different from the last-gen iteration, suggesting they are building from a fresh starting point. I expect we will continue to see things improve over time and I will be interested to learn how other companies like EA Sports manage the transition. FIFA 21 has just received its own next-gen upgrade (containing Frostbite's much-vaunted hair physics, no less) and we are going to be taking a look at that shortly.
All Eyes Are On Upcoming Patch
The next-gen version of NBA 2K21 is on the cusp of unhindered greatness, and hopes are so high that the upcoming patch delivers the products --or at least most of them. The major problems which were holding The City back seem to have been addressed. The framerates have contact and improved dunks are nerfed. Also, the Mamba Mentality badge is not any working correctly. It seems 2K is making its way through a listing of ancient troubles. One of the chief areas in need of focus is that the MyNBA style.2K welcomes franchise mode fans' minds with the concepts and reach of this revamped MyLeague feature.
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