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They're willing to shell out quite a bit of money on NBA 2K2

Messaggioda Amerzone il 18 mar 2021, 8:42

Earlier this year, Microsoft revealed a Smart Delivery program which enables players to update certain Xbox One titles at no extra cost to their Xbox collection X variants. In an interview with The Washington Post, Xbox manager Phil Spencer reported that cheap 2K21 MT part of the motivation behind the wise Delivery program can be credited to accountability. "With the ability to name things [such as Smart Delivery], it enables our customers to ask questions of publishers," Spencer explained. "it is a set of expectations customers should have for articles."

That sentiment was echoed by publishers like EA, Ubisoft, and CD Projekt Red who launched their own initiatives that will allow you to automatically upgrade upcoming current-gen editions of titles such as Madden NFL 21, Assassin's Creed Valhalla, and Cyberpunk 2077 to their next-gen (PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X) equivalents at no extra price. Well, you can update the current-gen variant of NBA 2K21 into the next generation, but only if you buy the 99.99 Mamba Forever Edition of NBA 2K21.

So despite Zelnick's statements, it truly does feel like the business is organizing on this matter (at least somewhat) and that they have reached a different conclusion than Take-Two has. While just decision-makers from these companies could tell you precisely what that conclusion is, statements made with all them at different points imply that the conclusion they have reached is not that Take-Two makes better games than they do but instead that today is not the time to start experimenting with cost gains.

Even in the event that you look past the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the numerous ways it's made it more challenging for millions to justify purchasing a new video game console later this season (in addition to a host of new matches ), history informs us that next-gen interfaces of current-gen games MTly take advantage of new hardware. Even if the initial round of next-gen games resemble that remarkable Unreal Engine 5 demo we recently saw (and they very probably won't ), games that are developed for 2 consoles using vastly different power levels (and therefore are set to discharge at relatively the same time) do not feature such overpowering mechanical and visual upgrades.

In the instance of both Take-Two and NBA 2K21, the answer to that question certainly feels like it is leaning towards the latter. Zelnick even recently noted that next-gen pricing will be determined on a"title-by-title basis," which makes you wonder what it really is about NBA 2K21 which makes it such a special candidate for this price jump.

In the last few years, NBA 2K buffs have revealed that they're willing to shell out quite a bit of money on NBA 2K21 NBA2king (regardless of what that game's user scores signify ), and it surely feels like Take-Two is testing whether or not they'll spend more money yet again.
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