NBA 2K20 is the 2019 version of the famous basketball simulation that competes for the genre crown with EA Sports' NBA Live 20. Two cover athletes adorn the game's different packages: Anthony Davis of the Pelicans and Dwyane Wade, who used to play for Miami Heat. With some changes to the gameplay, a brand new story mode, and the WNBA in the bag, 2K Sports releases a worthy successor to the popular basketball simulation. 2K veterans will find that the action on the field has not just remained largely the same, but has been optimized with some useful adjustments.
This is not a game. It's the place where the game is formed. It's the place where the present cannot catch up - where the ball decides your fate. On the street, on the court, and all over the neighbourhood. NBA 2K20 and its Next level features give you the ultimate basketball feeling. The game has been the first choice of many basketball enthusiasts and gamers for many years when it comes to basketball video games. One of its major strengths is its detailed representation - from the team's stadiums to the players' faces. Movements have been captured using motion capturing, to ensure the utmost reality. Players like LeBron James or Steph Curry can not only be recognised by their faces, but also by their dribbling moves and jump throws.
The height and weight of players now play an even greater role. This means, that mismatches can be exploited more easily. A larger, heavier player can overpower a smaller one more easily, while a smaller, faster player can pass this large, cumbersome opponent more easily at the three-way line. NBA 2K20 updates its popular MyCareer mode with a completely new story involving Hollywood star Idris Elba.