2K today released the NBA 2K21 current-generation demo for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. This year’s demo includes four playable teams: All-Time Lakers, All-Time Celtics, and the current Milwaukee Bucks and Los Angeles Clippers teams.
The NBA 2K21 demo offers ballers an opportunity to try out some of NBA 2K21’s upgrades, improvements and changes via exhibition matches with any of the above-mentioned teams. Additionally, the demo heralds the return of the MyPLAYER Builder from last year. Select your position, set your attributes and get a first look at what type of builds you can build in NBA 2K21. There’s plenty of new things to check out, including the new addition of oversized 6’8 point guards, and your created build carries over from the demo into the full game when it launches on Sept. 4, enabling you to jump in right away. Whether you want to slash to the basket like Russell Westbrook, create space and nail jumpers like Jayson Tatum or command the court from the high post like Nikola Jokic, everything is game in NBA 2K21.
Lastly, due to the delay in the start of the 2020-21 NBA season, NBA 2K is taking a new approach to the player ratings reveal for NBA 2K21. This year, NBA 2K will update player ratings upon the release of NBA 2K21 for next-generation consoles, following the completion of the 2019-20 NBA season, to ensure the ratings are reflective of the player’s performance this season. At that time, all updated NBA player ratings will be implemented across NBA 2K21 for current- and next-gen consoles.
Download the free demo today, and stay tuned for more information about MyCAREER mode and more ahead of the NBA 2K21 current-generation edition launch on September 4.
More information on NBA 2K21 for next-gen consoles will be announced at a later date.