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NBA 2K21: Players Will Feel More Realistic Collisions With DualSense On PS5

We are only a few days away from the release of NBA 2K21 on PlayStation 5 and Visual Concepts continues to reveal new information about the most recent installment of this acclaimed saga of basketball simulation video games.

Beyond the fact that NBA 2K21 has already been released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, the developers reserved a large number of improvements and news for the next-gen version of the game that only those who have a PlayStation 5 or an Xbox Series X will enjoy.

Regarding this, 2K and Visual Concepts announced that they will take full advantage of the hardware of the DualSense of PlayStation 5, an extremely revolutionary controller that has a lot of truly amazing functions.

Specifically, the developers reported that NBA 2K21 will use the haptic functions of the controller to create a much more immersive gaming experience for all users, as it has helped them to create a much more realistic and sensitive collision system and the users will feel the slightest push from the defender in their own hands.

The information was revealed on the PlayStation Twitter account, in which they highlighted that the haptic technology of the controller will adapt perfectly to the collision engine of NBA 2K21.

Logically, this will make the players experience the matches with an intensity never seen before in the saga and giving a much higher touch of suspense to the clutch moments, since even the smallest contact will be felt by users and can cause nerves and indecision in the middle of a play.

Without a doubt, this will be a feature that NBA MyTEAM players will love, especially those who decide to buy NBA 2K21 MT Coins to build their best team, as it will be a much deeper and more intense experience that will raise the adrenaline of the users to the highest level.


NBA 2K21 will occupy 121 GB on Xbox Series X

On the other hand, recently we knew the weight that will occupy some of the games that will be available since the launch of the Xbox Series X and NBA 2K21 is be one of the heaviest.

Specifically, NBA 2K21 weighs a total of 121 GB, joining the club of games that exceed 100 GB in size in this new generation.

The biggest game of the new generation is Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War so far, with a total weight of 133 GB, in what looks like it will become an industry standard for AAA games.

Without a doubt, managing the storage space of PS5 and Xbox Series X will be quite a difficult task at the moment, as the games are getting bigger and bigger.


(Contributed by José D. Villalobos; Edited by Hermes_Fang)