With the expectation of NBA 2K22 MT next-gen consoles stirring a buzz with fans, 2K Sports has just revealed that NBA 2k21 will be released on September 4th for PlayStation, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Both are available in the physical and electronic formats. At the time of this release, the standard edition for NBA 2k21 will retail for $70 USD ($10 USD greater than the original cost of newly released PS4 games). Pre-orders for 2k21 are set to go live shortly (with no actual date being recorded now ) and be available on all platforms. As it goes, the current rates for each of the variations proceed: With the newest generation games, a number of the key progress points for campaign mode is going to be transferred over. So far there are just reports of MyTeam, the card-collecting online manner, and whatever level is in the player's virtual money are the only ones being transferred over. At exactly the exact same time, players won't be able to upgrade their copies of 2k21 unless they have the Mamba Forever version already purchased and installed. As it goes, the date for the match on current generation consoles will go live sometime in September (no specific date given), although the next-generation version will launch some time in November.

Information Regarding NBA 2k21's Mamba Forever Edition Published

For those that prefer to pre-order the Mamba Forever edition, the following bonuses are added on their matches: 100,000 Virtual Currency, 10,000 MyTeam Points, 10 MyTeam Tokens, 60 MyCareer Skill Boosts, 30 MyCareer Gatorade Boosts, 40 MyTeam Promo Packs (10 in the initial launch after which three given every week), Sapphire Damian Lillard and Buy 2K22 MT Zion Williamson MyTeam Cards, MyPlayer Shoe Collection, MyPlayer backpack, along with the Kobe Bryant Digital Collection.