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It would be a great time to bring Ginobili back in


    For all the basketball lovers out there, here is some great news. NBA 2K Coins has declared the NBA 2K21 demo will soon be available from August 24, 2020. The game's demo version will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

    The title is also coming to PC and Google's Stadia, however, it seems the demo won't be made on the 2 platforms. The demo will start just days before the match's global launch on September 4, 2020. The NBA 2K21 has also already been confirmed for next-gen consoles; Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. This year's game comes with a lot of improvements. 2K detailed the significant changes on their blog. And now, fans can try out some of them when the demo drops.In a lot of ways, NBA 2K21's demonstration feels like more of the same, compared to NBA 2K20. To my eye it appears almost like the previous couple of decades, and appears to be running the clock out before next-generation consoles arrive before compiling to get a more substantial visual update. Legacy problems, like the CPU mishandling clock management and players awkwardly dropping the ball as soon as the shot clock runs out, are still present. Still, there are some noticeable positive tweaks: with the assistance of a couple smaller gameplay upgrades and a brand new shot-stick mechanic, Buy NBA 2K21 MT Coins gameplay feels like a baby-step forward.