also fixes a few of those frustrating problems I brought up in my own review, as gamers are now able to alter the camera angle at high school, college, and also the G League. Despite some solid adjustments and additions, MyCareer still feels incredibly grindy. VC is difficult to come by unless you dump a part-time job's worth of hours into the game, or crack open your wallet. Players can now hop into The W, a mode that allows them produce their own WNBA celebrity. It is an amazing slice of representation to an often ignored basketball team, although the mode isn't nearly as fleshed out as 2K21's other center manners.
Looking at our review of the first release of NBA 2K21, nearly all of my cons are still current. MyCareer's story remains shallow, the internet servers are still aggressively mediocre, and microtransactions continue to be intrusive. When you include the fact that 2K did not offer you free updates for existing owners, forcing them to either buy the $100 version or buy it independently for $70, it's difficult to say that on next-gen is your much-needed redemption for a continuously disappointing franchise.