Sony Revealed NBA 2K21 First Look On PlayStation 5
Sony Revealed NBA 2K21 First Look On PlayStation 5

On Thursday, we finally got the first look of NBA 2K21, as expected, it is coming with next generation console PlayStation 5. Through the PlayStation 5 stream, Sony revealed the first look of NBA 2K21 and showed off a little bit of footage from the PS5 version of the game. When NBA 2K21 is released this fall, the PS5 version will be launching with the current generation consoles at the same time.

NBA 2K21 posted its PS5 version trailer featuring next gen graphics, load times and power, which focused on New Orleans Pelicans star forward Zion Williamson, whose face was exceedingly sweating beads, and we could clearly notice his close-up shots to show that the game's detailed graphical power.

We also got a short shot about the loading time of NBA 2K21, the title display only takes 2 seconds, showing the 2K Games is dedicated to making this version the most successful one and making every detail perfect.

Apart from load speed, NBA 2K21 will also bring users different experience from many other aspects, such as visual fidelity on an unmatched level and unrivaled breadth of content.

NBA 2K21 will be released in the fall, and available on more platforms, including Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, Xbox One, as well as Xbox Series X. And NBA 2K21 is built for PS5 from the trailer.

NBA 2K21 PS5 is the most worthwhile version, and we have prepared it for a long time, the release of PS4 also provides a platform for more video games like Madden NFL 21, which may launch earlier than NBA 2K21.

When NBA 2K21 is released, the in-game virtual currency of major marketplaces will be sold out by players again, NBA 2K21 MT provided by GameMS is safe and cheap, which has been operating for a long time to provide support for the NBA 2K series.

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