NBA 2K21 Will Cost $10 More Next-Gen, No Smart Delivery

2K Games has confirmed some details on the upgrades to the next generation of consoles. Confirming that NBA 2K21 will not support Xbox Smart Delivery or a free upgrade from PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5.
The 2K21: Mamba Forever Edition that celebrates Kobe Bryant will cost $99.99 but is so far the only edition that will support an upgrade from both PlayStation 4 to PlayStation 5 as well as Xbox One to Xbox Series X.

2K Games has not announced any other upgrade paths for players that want to start their MyPlayer career on one platform and keep playing on another without having to purchase another copy. All of your MyTeam progress and in-game currency will carry over between platforms. The game itself will not.
NBA 2K21 will be available first on Nintendo Switch, PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Google Stadia starting September 4th alongside the Mamba Forever Edition. Next-gen releases of NBA 2K21 will launch this Holiday 2020 at a pricepoint of $69.99.

[Source – wccftech]

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