The current version of NBA 2K21 is now available at a very low price. Thanks to Amazon's "golden promotion" deal as early as 2020, gamers can save a lot of money to buy copies of Sony PlayStation 4 or Microsoft Xbox One games. Below is more detailed information on how to score the latest basketball simulation game, which is more than $20 lower than the available price on the release date.
Amazon's 2020 Prime Day deal is scheduled to begin at midnight on October 13 and last until Wednesday, October 14. However, the hype of the day before the sale has taken over. Amazon offers many discounted games, including NBA 2K21 MT transactions for PS4 or Xbox One.
As of Monday, October 12, Prime Day’s early deals include NBA 2K21, which is priced at $34.99. This is a physical copy of a 2K basketball simulation on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. This means waiting a while until you start using it, but this is much cheaper than the original standard price of $59.99.
As of the publication of this report, Amazon will offer Mamba Forever Edition for less than $100 for PS4 or Xbox One. In this way, gamers can play games on the current console and provide free next-generation game versions for the same brand console they upgrade to.
So, for example, if someone gets the Mamba Forever Edition for PlayStation 4, they will automatically get the game for PlayStation 5 (assuming they buy 2K MT). The same is true for Xbox One, because gamers who get games on this console will get the next-generation version of Xbox Series X/S.
A new generation of game consoles will be available in mid-November, just in time for the holidays. Microsoft's Xbox Series X will be available on November 10, while the lower-priced Xbox Series X will be available on the same day. Sony's new PlayStation 5 will be released on November 12. It will get standard PS5 and pure digital version game consoles that can play CDs at a lower price.