The most obvious difference is the massive leap in graphical fidelity from Sunxuemei's blog

The most obvious NBA 2K21 MT difference is the massive leap in graphical fidelity. While the current-gen has made leaps and bounds in terms of graphics updates, next-gen is just on a completely different level. Have a look at the side-by-side contrast of the PS4 version versus the PS5 version by Youtuber forked below: The extra realism in NBA 2K21 can even pass its pictures to get actual, like actual photographs with an odd Instagram filter. We're finally departing the uncanny valley and are being treated with genuinely realistic-looking renders. Hop measures are also getting a revamp in the next-gen version of the game, allowing for more deliberate moves on the court and more persuasive fakes and step-backs.

Speaking of refinement, the upgraded variant of 2K21 receives some critical improvement to the consumer experience too. Firstly, the entire UI has been completely overhauled - it is unique to the next-gen version. The speed of the storage allows for a more lively team selection screen also because it's possible to quickly load in new character models. It's a large upgrade, improved still further by immense improvements in loading, which essentially gets rid of all loading displays.

While there's even more concerning NBA 2K21 to find, I feel this is a fantastic primer about what you may expect from the new version of the sport, but I suppose the rest of the question here boils down to how this title is delivered on each the next-gen systems. The good news is that they're virtually identical visually. PS5 and Series X both offer a whole native 4K presentation - it seems super crisp on both the systems and all visuals appear exactly the same between these. The PS4 Pro version which I used for last-gen testing, by the way, also seems to operate at indigenous 4K but obviously with reduced visual fidelity. The 1 difference , predictably, is based with the Series S version. This one runs in a native 1080p instead. You get all the same next-gen buy mt coins visuals because it's bigger brother, only in a lower resolution.

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