Like Twitterverse, morning dew drains, the sweet smell of anger and tears. At that time of year, friends – Monday after the first full weekend of availability of a new NBA2K game. The NBA2K20 fell on September 6, and in what is ritual at this point, mold challenges are the annual angry digital gang of developers for nitpicks in 2K’s game.
The issues are the same every year and are expected when a monolithic product is made in such a short time. Still, 2K20‘s glitches include games like Toy Story’s Sid-like hanging Kyrie Irving hanging on a string, stunts in MyPlayers (especially touching for 2K Lifer) and games played without MyLeague. An update from last year’s release. Of course, all without mentioning the best features of a highly impressive installation for the franchise, including the addition of WNBA teams and a revamped MyCareer story mode.
Of course, most of this will be updated in the first match that 2K should arrive this week. But in the meantime, 2K neighbors like Ronnie 2K (think IRL Gritty, but without a fan), like the game’s mascot, face the rough face of criticism. # Fix2K200, # FixNBA2K20 and # FireRonnie2k on Monday morning.
Here’s what we see from the fans in the house.
That New Orleans voodoo pic.twitter.com/gh9uAeBf2v
— Bryan Wiedey (@pastapadre) September 6, 2019
— Matt Embree (@matt_hombre) September 9, 2019
What we were told:
1.) new neighborhoods
2.) You can respec your players at any time for free
3.) We’d get more pie charts including custom ones
— Powerade Papí? (@MobILLionaire_) September 9, 2019
— zayurh (@LosBlasian) September 9, 2019
— JULIO LOPEZ… (@backey_) September 9, 2019
— Sean (@SeanMG__) September 9, 2019
— easy Mac with the cheesy raps (@cjoker10) September 9, 2019
#Fix2k20 #1 Trending ❗️ We just want the game to be GREAT
— Dimez (@DatBoyDimez) September 9, 2019