NBA 2K20 ratings have been updated once again based on the recent performance in the ongoing 2019-20 season. Bam Adebayo from Miami Heat has gained multiple points and veterans like Kevin Love and Draymond Green are losing points. The player ratings of the NBA 2K20 game makes it more realistic compared to the previous titles.
— Joystick Jocks (@JoystickJocks) December 31, 2019
Thanks for finally updating @lonniewalker_4’s rating @NBA2K. Should still be higher, but I’ll take what we can get for now. Btw for those keeping score, Belinelli is a 72. 🤐🤐🤐 pic.twitter.com/XmyS1Q13Da
— Caleb Turner (@calebturner23) December 30, 2019
Apart from the rating changes, a lot of other features were added in the updates about which the developers have not disclosed much. Here are the OVR changes for the top players in NBA 2K20 and also information on the sale going on with huge discounts on the NBA 2K20 title.
NBA 2K20 Rating Updates: OVR Changes for Players
NBA 2K20 developers have not announced the update changes and let the fans and gamers notice it by themselves. It makes sense as the list of changes is much shorter than the updates and it is better to notice the change in ratings while playing the game.
Houston Rockets guard Ben McLemore has got the biggest rating boost with five-points and is now at 76 points. The next in line is Seth Curry who has added four points to his NBA 2K20 OVR rating and now it has been updated to 78 points. The rating updates of Ben Adebayo is impressive given the sophomore is averaging 15.8 points, 10.8 rebounds, and 4.7 assists per game and has greatly contributed to the Miami Heat’s current 23-8 run.
Meanwhile, some of the established players got a deduction in their ratings and it includes Kevin Love from Cavaliers and Draymond Green from Warriors who got a point cut and now has an OVR rating of 82. Kyle Korver lost three points and is at 72 and D’Angelo Russell lost two points and his new rating is 85 now in the NBA 2K20 game.
NBA 2K20 Sale and Discount Offer
NBA 2K titles are one of the most anticipated games but the recently released NBA 2K20 has been filled with so many bugs and it lead to hashtag #Fix2K20 getting viral on the first day of launch. The game has gotten very poor reviews on Steam and the Metacritic audience score for PC, PlayStation and Xbox One is less than 1 out of 10.
It is why the basketball fans are not buying the game and makers decided to put it on sale. NBA 2K20 is on sale at Steam, PS Store and Microsoft Store at a 50 percent discount on the original price of $59.99 so that gamers ignore the reviews and buy the game for a cheaper price.