Now, when MT 2K21 coming from high school, players may decide to take the conventional path to the NBA and go to school, or enter the G League. While faculty will offer the players with greater exposure and fans, the G League will help them hone their skills faster, with greater progress on badges and skills.2K21 also fixes one of those frustrating problems I brought up in my own review, as players can now alter the camera angle at high school, college, and also the G League. Despite some solid adjustments and additions, MyCareer still feels incredibly grindy. VC is difficult to find unless you dump a part-time job's worth of hours into the match, or crack open your wallet. Players can now hop in the W, a mode that allows them create their own WNBA superstar. It is an amazing piece of representation to a frequently ignored basketball league, although the mode isn't nearly as fleshed out as 2K21's other core modes.Composed of a lot of smaller parks and regions, The City is almost a massive version of The Neighborhood. There are more courts, which is nice, but the pros stop there. You still have to purchase a chunk for 25k VC just to play with friends on a personal court, and the servers are still very shoddy. NBA 2K21 on next-gen sees a lot of developments to the basketball sim, but ironically only improves the areas of the game that were already really excellent.Looking at our overview of the original release of NBA 2K21, nearly all of my drawbacks are still present. MyCareer's narrative remains shallow, the online servers continue to be aggressively fair, and microtransactions are still intrusive. When you add the fact that 2K didn't offer free updates for existing owners, forcing them to buy the $100 version or purchase it independently for $70, it's difficult to say buy mt on next-gen is the much-needed salvation to get a continuously unsatisfactory franchise.