But NBA 2K21 MT ya I guess that wont happen since we never noticed this history shrewd. I dont mind putting the money down to NBA2k21, for me its the time invested to grind badges and levels again that is off putting, and if NBA 2K21 is not much of an improvment in this calendar year, it feels like just handing over cash and loosing alot of hours in order to get back to where I had been before. While we wont, and then seeing the games men getting the Gen version.
As someone who always played sports games on a console before I built a gaming rig this year. I am going back into the console version. That's said, the player base is miniature and filled with cheaters which killed online for me personally. Doesn't really matter about how great a NBA 2K21 game looks to me personally if the player base is awful and you dig online. Can give PC a shot again if they straighten out things.
I am going back to the console version. 2k20 looks great in my 4k television with all the settings maxed out and runs just like a dream. That is said, the player base is tiny and full of cheaters which killed online for me. Doesn't really matter about the how good a NBA 2K21 game looks to me personally if the participant base is terrible and you dig on the internet. Can give a shot to PC if they straighten things out.
I'd do the same if I intended to purchase another gen console, but motivating myself to buy an 600-700$ NBA2k machine is hard for me if I doubt I will be enjoying alot of different games on the Console. I can use that cash to put in to a 3080 graphics card to my PC instead. Only games I miss out of the Console marketplace having an PC gamer is pretty much UFC & NHL, the remainder dont really interest me at all. The cheating problem is awful on PC, but I notice it in actuall game, I do notice it with maxed players out tough. Along with the playerbase, I have never had problems with getting games in the park, the Rec is fairly slow to have matchups in tough.
It is because it is not a port over, it's another game, and they've designed that game specifically for the new consoles. The PS5 especially can do things your PC or my PC just cannot do, and so you cannot just"port it over". In addition to this, the PC community is TINY compared to the rest, so it would cost a lot of additional cash in development and they would get little return on such investment. Uh, what can an PS5 do an PC cant do? An PS5 should be on the exact same level of an decent gaming PC, and both Nvidia & AMD is releasing new graphics cards in the upcoming weeks aswell, pushing the operation of PCs far beyond Consoles again.
"Its another game" however, the console players get it free of charge if they purchase the regular version of NBA2k21 right? Or do console gamers have to buy it twice? The PC community is larger then people think imo, they'd earn money from porting the next gen model for certain, also they'd create their PC playerbase happy, even if they just break even. The PC version has had an avarage of all 20k+ concurrent players for the past six months, that's pretty damn great for an niche sports PC game. It lands on spot 22 in all played games on Steam. That isn't poor, and I think they will loose sales on the normal NBA2k21 PC port since there is no second gen on PC, so why even bother porting Buy 2K MT at all to PC then.