2K Games has generated some stellar NBA 2K games in the past, but critics are always quick to point out 2K21 MT the perceived carelessness that's gone into creating new games. Maybe this is the year the series changes up the formula before it is too late. The developers at 2K have had lots of time to experiment with next-gen capabilities. Hopefully, they could make good use of new technologies and take some new steps together with NBA 2K22.

NBA 2K21 is getting updated for both next-gen and current-gen platforms now, in the kind of next-gen Patch 6 (version 1.08) and current-gen Patch 8 (version 1.10). And, since both downloads are fairly similar to one another, we have determined to squeeze both variations of this patch notes into one post.

MyTeam exploits are becoming patched across the board, alongside a few likeness updates that are included for good measure. The patch notes arrive courtesy of the latest Courtside Report website posts.

To put it differently, despite the sheer girth of these NBA 2K21 updates, the current- and next-gen versions of the game aren't changing very much now. It certainly helps to get player likenesses upgraded for accurate simulation purposes, but there is not much here that most community members would consider gameplay-defining. The MyTeam adjustments are alright too, however, when there are so many other obvious flaws which could stand to Buy NBA 2K21 MT Coins be patched in both variations of the game, it's somewhat insulting to see that Visual Concepts is able to quickly rush out repairs for a mode so strongly centered on paid microtransactions rather than