NBA 2K24 PC Version Based On Previous-Gen Console Versions
The PC version of 2K and Visual Concepts’ upcoming NBA 2K24 will be based on the previous-gen console versions.
Based on the information available on the game’s official website, NBA 2K24 on PC will be missing key new features that will be available exclusively on the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions. These include the new ProPLAY technology, the addition of The City in MyCareer mode, and the availability of crossplay functionality.
According to NBA 2K24’s official site, NBA 2K24 will introduce ProPLAY – a groundbreaking new technology that directly translates NBA footage into NBA 2K24 gameplay. ProPLAY delivers animations and movements via on-court NBA action for a generational leap in authenticity on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. Additionally, PS5 and Xbox Series X|S players will be able to free roam The City, while the previous-gen console and PC versions will be limited to a smaller Neighborhood. PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S players will also be able to compete with or against each other in dynamic co-op matches, thrilling online tournaments, or casual pick-up games.
The previous entry, NBA 2K23, is a 2022 basketball game developed by Visual Concepts and published by 2K, based on the National Basketball Association (NBA). Serving as the 24th installment in the NBA 2K series, it follows NBA 2K22 as its successor. The game was launched on September 9, 2022, for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. Additionally, an NBA 2K23 Arcade Edition was released on Apple Arcade on October 18, 2022. It was recently offered as a monthly title on PS Plus Essential for the month of June, 2023.
One notable update in NBA 2K23 is the MyNBA mode, which allows players to embark on their MyNBA career during the 1983–84, 1991–92, or 2002–03 NBA seasons. Alternatively, they can opt to start in the current 2022–23 NBA season within the game’s “modern era” selection. This new mode introduces automatic team relocations, such as the Kansas City Kings moving to Sacramento, the Vancouver Grizzlies relocating to Memphis, and the Seattle SuperSonics moving to Oklahoma City.