Although NBA 2K21 has been out for a few weeks, the game is generating some buzz after a new trailer dropped featuring gameplay and graphics for the next generation consoles.
During the trailer, the Splash Brothers led the Golden State Warriors in a contest against Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks. Klay Thompson, Tim Hardaway Jr., Steve Kerr and Kevon Looney all make appearances in the gameplay trailer. Steph Curry capped off the clip celebrating a game-winning 3-pointer over Doncic at American Airlines Center.
Via @NBA2K on Twitter:
— NBA 2K21 (@NBA2K) October 6, 2020
Following the trailer’s release, photos were being shared all over the internet with Curry’s appearance in video games dating back to College Hoops 2K7. The pictures help show dramatic changes in gaming graphics since Curry arrived at the NBA level. It’s safe to say; video games have come a long way.
Via @Ballislife on Twitter:
College Hoops 2K7
NBA 2K21 pic.twitter.com/zzIN745Kte
— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) October 6, 2020
Via @StepheRevengeSZN on Twitter:
— 𝘓𝘰𝘰𝘬 𝘢𝘵 𝘊𝘶𝘳𝘳𝘺 𝘮𝘢𝘯 (@StephRevengeSZN) October 6, 2020
‘Via @Dom_2k on Twitter:
Because people will eventually be curious of how 2K14 holds up given that its prob the best looking PS4 2K:
Steph Curry 2K21 Next gen vs Steph Curry 2K14 Ps4 pic.twitter.com/Un8MeaeOrt
— Dom2K🎃🏀 (@Dom_2k) October 6, 2020
You’ll be able to play the new edition of NBA 2K21 on the next-gen consoles in November. Xbox Series X and Series S are set to release on Nov. 10, with Sony’s PlayStation 5 slated to be available two days later on Nov. 12.
For a full look at Curry and the rest of the Golden State Warriors ratings in NBA