PlayStation Store’s “Deal of the Week” is one of the most popular PS4 games of 2020

Sony Interactive Entertainment has revealed this week’s “Deal of the Week” on the PlayStation Store, discounting one of the most popular PS4 games in 2020. If you’re not busy with the biggest PS4 games of the year – titles like Tsushima’s ghost, The last Fantasy VII Remake, Neoh 2, And Person 5 Royal – You can currently grab NBA 2K21 for just $ 38.99. This may not sound like an unbelievable deal, but it is a 35 percent discount on the game that only came out last month and is the lowest priced game that has ever been on the PlayStation Store.

NBA 2K21 Through Visual Concepts and 2K Games was launched back on September 4, and like the previous installments, it quickly became one of the best-selling games of this year, despite the fact that some players were undoubtedly the next gen The game has come to a halt on purchase until the version arrived.

Below, you can read more about the game, as well as watch the gameplay trailer for the game, courtesy of 2k:

NBA 2K21 The world-famous, best-selling latest title is NBA 2K The series, providing an industry-leading sports video game experience on PlayStation 4, “reads the game’s official description on the PlayStation Store.” Deepen, with extensive improvements on its best-in-class graphics and gameplay, competitive and community online features. , Various game modes, NBA 2K21 The NBA provides one-on-one immersion in all aspects of basketball and culture – where everything is game. “

On PS4, NBA 2K21 will require a relatively large amount of space for clocking in 45.36 GB. Meanwhile, it supports the following languages: German, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, English, Italian, French, Spanish and Simplified Chinese.

Meanwhile, as you would expect, this is not a permanent price drop. This is a limited time deal which will be available only till 22 October.

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