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NBA 2K21 Next-Gen Review: The Good, The Bad, And The Bottom Line

Posted By best Ding     Mar 5    


Many are wondering whether it's worthwhile to 2K MT purchase the next-generation variation of NBA 2K21 if they already possess it on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, or even if the game is any good in any way. I've played a ton of NBA 2K21 on current-gen, but I confess I experienced it with one foot out the door in anticipation of this next-gen release. I've been lucky enough to gain access to this next-gen version for awhile, and I have already logged an obscene amount of hours on it in a variety of modes.

Let's take a peek at the good, bad and the base line with the next-generation version of NBA 2K21. Mostly Beautiful Visuals - Some of the leaves and screenshots you could pull are simply wonderful. Even screens of objects, legs, hands, shoes, etc. . occasionally cause an even longer double take than we've seen in previous games. I had heard one of the console manufacturers believed 2K was the very beautiful next-gen game, and I could see why. With the exception of a few variables --that I'll discuss soon --2K on next-gen seems incredible. Most of the videos you'll see on YouTube do not do the game justice due to system limitations for capturing. It looks great on a 4K screen with HDR and the ideal color balance.

Smoothest Animations Ever in a Basketball Game - The attractiveness goes beyond still shots. Watching the players and things go on the courtroom is an wonderful visual. I felt like I had been in that iconic scene from American Beauty when Wes Bentley is describing that floating plastic bag. It appears a small over-dramatic, but fundamental movements and physics such as this in 2K are awe-inspiring. Stunning Environments - To put a bow on the visual love, I would be remiss if I didn't mention the environments. They are as alive as I've ever seen in any sports video game. 2K21 on next-gen accurately captures that bustle and hustle, and it is best appreciated throughout the pre-game festivities.

Inconsistent Renders - Some of the player renders are straight port ups from current-gen, and also a good number of them were not all that accurate about these consoles. A few of the players with darker complexions have been baked to a level which makes them appear almost incredibly dark. Nevertheless, it appears help is on the way with players being scanned. Still a Good quantity of Clipping - Among those things I had hoped to see less of about next-gen was clipping. Sad to say, the next-gen version of NBA 2K21 has as much passthrough as the current-gen version. Don't get me wrong, I understand that it is practically impossible to eliminate this entirely. However, as it's such a generally referenced issue, I believed I needed to Buy 2K21 MT inform everyone who has yet to play with the sport, which clipping is nevertheless present.