A demo for NBA 2K20 is now available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. You can download it to begin creating and testing out multiple MyPlayer builds, which you’ll then be able to take into the full game once it’s released in a couple of weeks time.
It’s an unusual demo, letting you explore a character creator more than the on-court action. You can adjust badges and attributes to create different player archetypes, and once you’ve done enough tweaking you can hop into a rematch of last season’s NBA Finals between the Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors, to test out how your MyPlayer handles.
2K recently dropped a new trailer for NBA 2K20’s career mode, giving us a glimpse of what your MyPlayer will be up to during the upcoming game’s story mode. Idris Elba, Rosario Dawson, Thomas Middleditch, and Ernie Hudson star in the basketball drama, along with NBA superstar–and occasional actor–LeBron James.
Unsurprisingly, James is once again the top-rated player in 2K’s latest. If you want to see how the rest of the top 20 stacks up, you can find the full list here. NBA 2K20 is finally adding the WNBA this year, too, with 12 teams available to use in the Play Now and Season modes. Some of the league’s standout players have been scanned into the game, as well as animations and play styles fans will expect to see from the women’s league.
If you’re interested in NBA 2K20 and the demo has just whet your appetite, it launches September 6 for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. GameSpot has all the details on pre-order bonuses and what’s included in the Digital Deluxe and Legend editions. You can pre-order it now at the following links:
PS4 standard edition — $60
Xbox One standard edition — $60
Switch standard edition — $60
PC standard edition — $60
PS4 Digital Deluxe edition — $80
Xbox One Digital Deluxe edition — $80
Switch Digital Deluxe edition — $80
PC Digital Deluxe edition — $80
PS4 Legend edition — $100
Xbox One Legend edition — $100
Switch Legend edition — $100
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from GameSpot – Game News https://www.gamespot.com/articles/nba-2k20-demo-available-now-but-its-a-little-unusu/1100-6469304/