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Sunxuemei Posted: 03-Sep-20 02:22
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Because of all of these things, anyone as we generally see from an 2K release, expecting as big of an effort is very likely to be let down. All logic points into 2K saving almost all of its ammunition or all on the next-gen models. That said, what exactly does an acceptable release that is current-gen seem like for 2K? I've got some thoughts. As we've seen in the trailer that released the graphics will be almost identical, if not equal to NBA 2K20. I am fine with this bit of stagnation while this might be an issue for some.

There is two reasons I believe we've already seen this generation of consoled pushed into their graphical limitation. It is not going to get much better on XB1 and PS4 than that which we find here. Second, it might be absurd to think 2K would love to invest when they stand to profit from delivering a version which will be hyped up mainly because of how amazing it seems in improving the item visually. 2K and every other manufacturer of annual sports video games will want the gap between present and next-gen to be very evident from a visual standpoint. As a consumer, I am fine with that approach.

Soundtracks are cool and all, but quite honestly, in investing a lot into this component of a game, I fight to see that the authentic value that is long-term. That said, we have already seen the soundtrack that will be in the match, and depending upon your own personal tastes, you're could care less about the tunes, frustrated, or either elated. I am good with what's coming on this front, as far as commentary, I will await the models for a major jump in this area. There are a number of things which can be done in order to create what' already good commentary in the game even better.

Here is a part of where EA and 2K should bring the heat. I'm not speaking about delivering modes. Again, that's next-gen can wow us. I'm more referring to fleshing out ways. For example, I have already stated that with no salary cap attribute in MyTeam, I'm probably not going to give that aspect of this game a lot of my period this year. To a degree, but comparable, the exact same can be said for a draft attribute. Madden, FIFA, MLB The Show, and the NHL series have excellent variations of this concept in their own collector modes. 2K wants to bring this back.

Play Today Online can stay as it is on current-gen, but the WNBA attribute, Pro-Am, MyCareer, PARK and MyGM/MyLeague must find some love. I'd really like to see a complete franchise mode option as well as the capacity to produce a female MyPlayer. Having this functionality accessible MyCareer as well as PARK and Pro-Am would be nice. Most MyGM and MyLeague fans are concerned because we haven't seen a site for this region of the sport, and that's been released by now. It's unclear if this means those modes have gone awry. Hopefully, that isn't true since they're a few updates that could be delivered on current-gen that would not threated next-gen's appeal.

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[Edited by Sunxuemei on 03-Sep-20 02:23]

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