THE NBA 2K21 release date and launch time are fast approaching, with the PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch version arriving in less than 24-hours.
UPDATE: The NBA 2K21 release time has not been shared by the development team but based on recent launches from the company, there seems a good chance the game will be available to play from midnight on September 4, 2020. Some players who have gained early access to the game have reported issues with VC, with an online reply adding: "Yup, known issue. Not sure if it's related to people doing the NZ trick, server issues, or something else. Won't know for sure until after midnight EST."
The release date for NBA 2K21 has been set for this week and is already available to download on PS4 and Xbox One.The pre-load for select platforms is already live, meaning fans who have digitally pre-ordered can get ready for the full launch on September 4.This is the official release date for NBA 2K21, and it should be noted that there is no early access period for gamers on any platform. From early report being shared by gamers, NBA 2K21’s launch is being done locally, meaning that there is no worldwide set release time. It should also be noted that there is an NBA 2K21 demo available on consoles that can be downloaded today, for those itching to try out the latest version.
In NBA 2K21, this year’s narrative, The Long Shadow, tells the story of Junior – the son of a beloved baller who faces the challenges of trying to make it to the NBA, balancing legacy while carving his own path through high school to college. Making this journey more authentic to real life, NBA 2K21 will feature 10 officially licensed college programs to choose from in the story: Michigan State, UConn, Florida, Gonzaga, Syracuse, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, UCLA, Villanova University and West Virginia. Players will be joined by MyCAREER’s star-studded cast with performances from Jesse Williams, Dijmon Hounsou, Mirelle Enos, Michael K. Williams, cover athletes Damian Lillard and Zion Williamson, and more.