NBA 2K21 game will have amazing graphics technology as the title is being developed considering next-gen gaming consoles such as Sony PS5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X. While the recently launched NBA 2K20 was filled with bugs, the regular updates and change in player ratings with real NBA stats have made up for that.
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Kawhi Leonard better be on the cover of NBA 2K21. pic.twitter.com/zuoYiXVO4s
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Visual Concepts and 2K games are improving the gameplay and Kawhi Leonard could be the cover of NBA 2K21. The game will be updated with the latest tech and it could also support the Ray tracing technology. NBA 2K21 will have a holiday 2020 release date and would have improved graphics and gaming power that PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X could handle easily.
NBA 2K21 is Developed for Next-Gen Gaming Consoles
Sony PS5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Project Scarlett which is currently named Xbox Series X will have a lot of updates and new features apart from CPU and GPU upgrades. The next-generation gaming consoles are said to have ray tracing support which is the best tech that has been developed for video games.
NBA 2K21 and other such games in development would surely use the graphics tech to improve their visuals. Ray tracing is an image rendering technique that is mostly used in CGI and movie production. It works on the principle or light getting reflected from various surfaces and produces realistic-looking images for animated movies and video games which NBA 2K21 is going to implement.
NBA 2K21 Graphics to Use Ray Tracing Technology
NBA 2K21 games will use ray tracing technology to bring a lot of visual improvements over every aspect of the game. It could enhance the look on NBA players and make them look more realistic and similar to their original counterparts.
The ball movements, player shadows, lighting at court and crowd reactions would also be improved for NBA 2K21 game by using ray tracing. NBA 2K21 graphics might not look as good as Disney and Pixar movies, but they could bring out the best of ray-tracing features and enhance the gameplay visuals.