2K Games will be releasing a demo of its latest basketball annual title NBA 2K21 on 24th August.
Here’s what you can expect from this iteration of NBA 2K:
- The overhauled “Pro Stick” where the right thumbstick commands shot-taking, juke, fake, and extra dribble techniques.
- A new feature that lets players aim with the shot stick. This year’s version will let you take shots via a mini-targeting system. Instead of stopping the shot meter when you reach the perfect release window, you adjust the Pro Stick in real time to hit the ideal center aim point.
You can get the demo from either the PlayStation Network store, the Xbox Game Store, or the Nintendo Store for the respective PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch versions. NBA 2K21 will be out 4th September. Portland’s Damian Lillard is the cover star, with the late Hall-of-Famer Kobe Bryant being the frontman for the special edition. Because nothing spells “classy” like a game company pimping a former basketball legend who died by tragic reasons onto the latest annual basketball game roster update via the expensive edition.