We’re a few days away from the current generation release of NBA 2K21. To tide us over, Take Two has dropped the list of NBA 2K21 clothing brands. It’s not enough just to game, it’s how you look doing it.
— NBA 2K21 (@NBA2K) September 2, 2020
Now, I’m a simple man from the Midwest. We don’t see clothing styles for months (or years) after they hit big on the coasts. I went to a high school where it was a big deal if you owned a Carhartt jacket. I had to look up whether or not Steve Buscemi owned a fashion line (he does not). So, if I’m being honest, I don’t recognize a lot of the brands here. Bathing Ape seems like a big get, and Champion is, to me, the classic athletic brand.
The rest? I’ll have to reserve my judgement until I see it in the game.
NBA 2K21 Current Gen Information
NBA 2K21 drops this Friday, September 4 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC and Stadia. We’ve seen a lot about the game already, including details on NBA 2K21’s game modes. Are you ready to follow in the footsteps of your All-Star father as Junior in The Long Shadow? Have you thought about which of the 10 college programs you’re going to attend (My recommendation? Michigan State that’s #B1G boy)? Are you ready to spend some time getting tan at the 2K Beach?
One of the biggest changes coming to NBA 2K21 is the expanded use of the Pro Stick. The Pro Stick has a lot more influence on play; For example, moving the Pro Stick left or right gives you two unique ball movements now, and layups rely on the correct use of the Pro Stick to put the finishing touch on an otherwise easy basket. You can learn about the new Pro Stick and more by watching our NEED TO KNOW video below.
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