September is one of the crowded months of the year for video games, especially when it comes to Sports genre. FIFA 20, eFootball PES 2020 and NBA 2K20 all will be launched in September and your pockets are going to get empty if you have an eye out for shooters like Borderlands 3. However, all of the aforementioned sports games will get a demo version before launch. EA and Konami have previously revealed the release date for the demos and today its 2K Games’ turn to announce the dropping day for the demo of NBA 2K20.
According to 2K Games, the demo for NBA 2K20 will be available on August 21 across all platforms except PC. PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch players will be able to get their hands on the demo next month and play a bit of MyCareer mode. All the progress that you make in the demo will be carried over to the full version of the game, including the player that you create through MyPlayer builder, a system that has been promised to provide more in-depth options for creating your own player.
NBA 2K20 will be launched on September 6 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The only thing that most of the players hope to get improved in the new entry is the game’s undeniable dependency to microtransactions. But don’t expect anything positive, this the best model of monetization right now, which makes it hard to believe a developer like 2K Games will leave it behind.