2K continues to redefine what’s possible in sports gaming with NBA 2K20, featuring best in class graphics & gameplay, ground breaking game modes, and unparalleled player control and customization.
NBA 2K19 is still the flagship game, but that will change later this year when 2K Sports and Visual Dynamics release a new entry in the long-running 2K series.
NBA 2K20 is confirmed for Windows PC, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Nintendo Switch. The game is also confirmed for Google’s new Stadia platform which is set to arrive in November of this year.
Last year, there were multiple NBA 2K19 cover athletes.
Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo graced the cover of the standard edition in North America while Sixers point guard Ben Simmons starred on the standard edition in Australia and New Zealand.
Lebron James featured on the 20th Anniversary Edition.
This year, Laker Anthony Davis appears on the cover of the standard edition and the Digital Deluxe edition while Dwyane Wade appears on the cover of the Legends Edition.
Last year, it took several months for 2K Sports and Visual Dynamics to run down NBA 2K19’s features.
We were hoping for a little more transparency this year and the company’s coughed up quite a few details in the weeks since the initial announcement.
Rumors about the WNBA being included in the game were spot on.
The first NBA 2K20 trailer confirmed the WNBA’s presence in NBA 2K20 and the developer’s run down some of the key WNBA features in the game.They include accurate hairstyles, face scans, new players, new teams, new play styles, player strengths and weaknesses, new animations, as well as specific AI, playbooks, and defensive schemes for every WNBA team.
The game also includes a WNBA Season mode where you can play as any or all of the 12 WNBA teams through the 2019 season.
2K Games has also announced the NBA 2K20 soundtrack and says that it will be updated during the year. Here are acts that will be in the game at the very beginning.