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'NBA 2K20' 5 Bold Predictions For This Year's Game

Category: Science & Technology

by freemexy



'NBA 2K20' 5 Bold Predictions For This Year's Game We learned from a recent leak that <a href="">buy mt</a> will be available on September 6. We also learned that the cover athlete for the Legend's Edition will be retired Miami Heat legend and future Hall-of-Famer Dwyane Wade. Beyond that, very little is known about this year's game. Last year, I published a predictions piece for NBA 2K19 and less than half came true. Let's see if we can be a little more accurate this time around. My biggest complaint with NBA 2K19's gameplay is its speed threshold. The difference between fast guards and big men just isn't wide enough. Guards aren't able to take advantage of the mismatches on the perimeter, and this creates uneven gameplay across the board. A few hardcore players and I have pointed out this issue over the past six months. I'm hopeful the 2K developmental team heard the outcry and did something to improve this aspect of the game. Last year's game featured Dodgeball, cages with trampolines and a host of other over-the-top competition and activities. I'm expecting to see more of the same in NBA 2K20. 2K has been inching toward building a more living and breathing virtual community. The more it expands on the Neighborhood, the closer it comes to establishing that goal. EA Sports did a good job allowing users to customize their personal courts in NBA Live 19. NBA 2K19 had MyCourt and there were some things you could make your own, but the options weren't as expansive as it could have been. I'd expect to see that aspect of the game built out in NBA 2K20. Perhaps we'll be able to post images on the walls in a way that is similar to the arena design feature in MyTeam, MyLeague, and MyGM.<a href=""></a>