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#1 2021-01-25 05:29:08

Registered: 2021-01-25
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More ways to be a NBA2K21 celebrity

Among the more welcome changes in next-gen 2K21 is that the addition of the G League. But when coming out of high school, players can choose to take the conventional path to the NBA and go to school, or enter the G League. While faculty will offer the players with more vulnerability and fans, the G League can help them enhance their skills faster, with greater progression on badges and skills.

More ways to be a NBA2K21 celebrity

2K21 also fixes a few of the frustrating issues I brought up in my review, as players can now change the camera angle in high school, college, and also the G League. Despite some strong adjustments and additions, MyCareer still feels incredibly grindy. VC is difficult to come by unless you dump a part-time job's worth of hours to the game, or crack open your wallet. Players can now hop into The W, a mode that allows them create their own WNBA celebrity. It is an great piece of representation to a frequently ignored basketball team, although the mode is not nearly as fleshed out as 2K21's other core manners. Composed of a lot of smaller parks and regions, The City is practically a huge version of The Neighborhood. There is more courts, which can be fine, but the pros stop there. You still have to buy a chunk for 25k VC just to play with friends on a personal court, and the servers are still really shoddy. NBA 2K21 on next-gen sees a lot of improvements to the basketball sim, but ironically only boosts the regions of the game that were already really excellent.

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