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Take nothing away from the cats at Visual Concepts, their visuals nous is next-level, with each instalment in the long-running NBA 2K series one-upping itself every time, and with new, powerful consoles on the horizon and the next iteration on its way, it's pretty easy to suggest NBA 2K21 will be the most impressive one of the lot. But we can assert that here, because this trailer is running on current-gen hardware, which means we still haven't seen what it'll look like on PS5 or Series X.

It's been a weird year for the NBA which is just now back up and running thanks to a hub in Orlando, Florida. And as the reinvigorated season dribbles closer to playoffs, many of us are still in isolation or just plain working from home, but have likely craved live sport all year (thank you, AFL), with not much on the menu. So, having this baby in your hands despite what the future might look like, or hold, gives us something from a sports perspective. Amd with visuals this close to the real thing... well, just see for yourself:
Lights turned off. Arenas went quiet. But the game never stopped. 2K has debuted a brand-new, lights-out gameplay trailer for NBA 2K21 on current-gen consoles, featuring clips of many of the league's brightest stars executing buzzer beaters, high-flying dunks, blocks and more.

With extensive improvements across the board and deep, varied game modes, NBA 2K21 offers one-of-a-kind immersion into all facets of NBA basketball and culture – where Everything is Game.

The September 4 launch for NBA 2K21 on current-gen is fast approaching and today's trailer is just the first of many gameplay-related announcements that will be rolling out through the upcoming weeks. Expect to see new information on gameplay, MyTEAM, MyCAREER and more in the coming weeks.
Watch the new trailer embedded below.

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