NBA 2K21: demo of the basketball title appears in two weeks – Gamesaktuell


from Dominik Zwingmann
Publisher 2K Games today announced the date for the demo of NBA 2K21. The basketball simulation can be tried out from August 24, 2020. The demo will be available for PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The highlights include the completely redesigned Pro Stick for controlling players.

A few days before the launch of NBA 2K21, fans of the annual basketball simulation can, as usual, look forward to a demo of the game. Now 2K Games has also announced the date for this test version. The demo of NBA 2K21 will be available to download for free on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on August 24, 2020. Among other things, players will then have the opportunity to try out the simulation's new Pro Stick for the first time.

A month ago, 2K Games' prices for NBA 2K21 sparked a general discussion about pricing for next-gen games. Accordingly, the versions for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X will cost a total of 10 US dollars more than the conversions for the current generation. Several companies have already announced that they have not yet made a final decision on the prices of their own games.

NBA 2K21 will be released on September 4, 2020 for PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Google Stadia. The versions for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X will follow at the end of the year.

via Polygon

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