Then there are the reflections on the courtroom itself from Sunxuemei's blog

The exact MT 2K21 same is true of the courts, which get new stuff as well producing more realistic results. The color and material answer is more natural in the next-gen variant of the game. But really, the important draw for me is the crowd, which provides a huge boost over the old consoles. The quantity of detail within every member of the audience is remarkably impressive. All of them proceed independently and therefore are far more detailed, to the point where even individual fingers are left handed.

Then there are the reflections on the courtroom itself and this is an area where tried and tested tech wins the day. Based on what I'm seeing, I believe the sport uses planar reflections as opposed to ray-traced or SSR reflections. Planar reflections are still helpful when applied to one plane such as the court but they are much less elastic in a more intricate game world. In this case, the reflection is altered by shaders used on the wood flooring to properly distort what you see. The quality and resolution of this reflection seem enhanced on next-gen versus past. It's even more persuasive and highly realistic. The nature of planar reflections also suggests that objects can be perfectly duplicated and reflections can intersect without issue. The backboard also receives mirror-like reflections which show both the hoop itself and the ball while the net receives fine physics as you dip the ball in. None of those features are new to the next-gen version but everything feels much more elegant overall.

Server Stability from The City and MyTeam

It appears this is like a broken record with NBA 2K matches, especially in the first few months after release.

That said, a few of the cases where users are visiting these issues are unacceptable. The limitation on the amount of people who may make it to the City is a difficult pill to swallow. I've heard and been told 2K is working on a cure for Buy NBA 2K Coins this particular issue, and I would assume it'd be at the top of their list of priorities.

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