NBA 2K franchise has evolved a lot since it made a debut in the year 1999. In the last few years, the series has definitely gained a significant improvement in terms of graphical changes and more features in each successive installment.
However, despite their best efforts, the makers of NBA 2K games have somehow failed to generate a big hype for the entire franchise. Still, they try to keep it alive by organizing certain events so that fans have extreme feelings for their titles as other players have for more renowned heavyweights like Call of Duty or League of Legends.
Still, there seems to be no further change to say the least. An ongoing viral clip, shown below, is a perfect example of why NBA 2K isn’t causing much of an impact.
NBA 2K gamer makes everyone laugh out loud after reacting to his single match victory in a $100,000 event
Jake Lucky, who’s a popular gamer and streamer known for his skills in Valorant, Apex Legends, and Call of Duty, shared a funny video on his Twitter account. While giving it a caption, he tried to show how NBA 2K trash talks feel like when gamers manage to win a match.
In case anyone was wondering what NBA 2K trash talk gets like at a $100,000 event pic.twitter.com/myugWsSVgM
— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) August 7, 2022
As one can see, quite clearly, this individual seems to be going all out on everyone present around him after winning the game. While having a celebration isn’t bad and should be a huge moment for anyone, this one seems to go out of limits somehow. Probably he forgot that it was just one victory in one match for him, in an event having a prize of $100,000.
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All things considered, however, this kind of reaction is enough for any regular gamer to burst out in laughter.
Meanwhile, the NBA 2K series is soon going to witness a fresh entry this year. The NBA 2K 23 title will launch next month on September 9th, 2022. Phoenix Suns’ Devin Armani Booker will be the cover athlete for the Standard Edition.
On the other hand, basketball legend Michael Jordan will be featured on the covers of The MJ Edition and the Championship Edition. The new entry will also bring back the Jordan challenges, with a complete re-design for multiple platforms.
The game will release for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
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