First NBA 2K21 gameplay on PS5 and Xbox Series X: this is what basketball looks like in the new generation

First NBA 2K21 gameplay on PS5 and Xbox Series X this is what basketball looks like in the new generation

2K has finally distributed the first NBA 2K21 gameplay running on the new consoles.

2K has finally released the first gameplay of NBA 2K21 running on the new generation of consoles. This is how the basketball simulator par excellence will look on the new consoles. If it stood out for the visual spectacularity in current systems, with the new hardware it will go one step further to bring us the most realistic basketball, as you can see in the video that we leave on these lines.

While the final between Lakers and Heat is being disputed to become NBA champions, in the virtual world the new season has already started. After the launch of the game on PS4, Xbox One and PC, the new game video takes even more advantage of the details, reflected in the sweat of the players, in the incredible realism of their faces or in the shine of the parquet on the court.

In the video we see the first images of the game in motion, with players like Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson or Luka Doncic taking the limelight and spectacularity with their plays on the new generation courts. Lighting, textures, physics and animations will all benefit from the new hardware. In addition, the public will be more alive than ever, which will be noticed in the stands closest to the track. There will also be a new camera, the Rail Cam, which will be practically attached to the court and will be more immersive.

NBA 2K21 will accompany Xbox Series X and PS5 in their launches, which will hit stores on November 10 and 19 respectively. Zion Williamson is the cover athlete of this new version, which will be a start on the new path of the 2K saga. From the studio they promise to delve into all the news of the game starting tomorrow, focusing on the new movements, the Impact Engine, the renewed AI or the changes in the editor of “My Player”.

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