Between the realistic graphics and the new WNBA mode, basketball fans are looking forward to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox series X/S versions of NBA 2K21. You can also add NBA 2K21 MT to the list of next-generation specific features.

The city is based on the "neighborhood" game model, which has been a hallmark of franchising in the past few years. Series developer Visual Concepts is creating products that sound like MMORPG. When you visit "City" for the first time, you will start with "Rookieville". It sounds like this: In the tutorial area, you need to complete some tasks before you can open the rest of the online world. After leaving Rookieville, you will choose one of the following four members: North, South, East and West. Each faction calls the different municipalities of the city home and has its own mayor.

Visual Concepts will personally select the first batch of mayors for the game from the NBA2K community in the early days of their tenure. After that, each branch will vote for its representatives through in-game opinion polls, just in case you did not participate in the election last week. Each semester lasts six weeks, and as the mayor, you will have the right to define the visual identity of the faction. With the help of visual concepts, mayors can customize the uniforms and court design of their units.

When exploring the center, you will find basketball hoops fixed on the sides of certain buildings. Here, you can challenge other players to participate in HORSE games and half-time games (up to 6 players). In the process, you will also stumble upon NPCs, and they will complete tasks for you. Like almost all other MMO companions, they will have an exclamation mark on their heads to let you know that they have a task for you to complete. Of course, there are also game stores on the Internet, where you can buy 2K21 MT.

NBA 2K21 will be released on Xbox Series X and Series S on November 10th and PlayStation 5 on November 12th, and you can check out The City.