NBA 2K brand seeks to continue its expansion in the world of digital basketball
We're likely a little over a month away from the official announcement of the NBA 2K20 cover athlete, which means we're right on time when it comes to speculation. There are several candidates for the cover of this year game, but let's first talk about the players who almost certainly won't get the nod. A legend leaves the field. Our German export pro and MVP Dirk Nowitzki has announced that he will end his active basketball career. He remains until the end of the season, then he is no longer available as a player at his own request. This announced the superstar of Dallas Mavericks (Mavs) after the last home game against the Phoenix Suns last night his fans.
Everything rolls between 2K Games and the NBA, who renew their partnership for future video games during the next years. If the war for the throne in the basketball market was raging in the 2000s, the NBA 2K Games franchise has clearly taken over this decade, despite the attempts of Electronic Arts with its NBA LIVE. Thus, to date, 2K Games has sold 86 million basketball games in 17 years, including more than 10 million with NBA 2K18 alone. Buy Cheap NBA 2K20 VC with Professional Service Online, at rvgm.com is Security and Fast Delivery Guaranteed.
It's official, the 2K publisher, at the origin of the basketball simulation, NBA2K, will continue their partnership. Based on strong sales bases in recent weeks both parties, as well as the National Basketball Players Associations (NBPA) have decided to partner again, in the long run. The NBA 2K brand seeks to continue its expansion in the world of digital basketball, so there is no better decision than the inclusion of WNBA content in the next installment of the saga, NBA 2K20. Renee Montgomery, player of the Atlanta Dream, said in social networks that she had been in 2K scanning her body to appear in the next game, so it would not be strange that, from now on, more and more players get to appear in the best selling saga of basketball games.
James Harden might win MVP again after putting up MyCareer on Pro difficulty numbers, but he's linked in tightly with EA Sports, which eliminates him from the discussion. Even if his contract ended at the end of last year, the linkage with EA would probably be too recent for 2K to consider him. The same goes for Philadelphia 76ers star Joel Embiid. In 2011, the 40-year-old was the first and only German ever to win the NBA title with the Mavs. He remained loyal to the latter for a total of 21 years, during which time he had over 40 different offers for change. He is considered a down to earth person and is one of the best players worldwide. He will probably not say goodbye to the sport, so he wants to assist the team for a while and look after the offspring.