This season, your character's name is 2K21 MT Junior, and he's the son of a former NBA player. You begin in high school and may play for one of 10 licensed schools before reaching the NBA. I'd hope to see a death or at least a separation of the narrative from the regular MyPlayer mill, but it appears we're sticking with the exact same formula.
The Neighborhood is now called 2K Beach, so cosmetically, it is going to seem a whole lot different. Beyond this, I wouldn't expect any major differences besides perhaps a few new sponsors for the same kinds of events which were in NBA 2K20. This is becoming the lifeblood of this manner, much to my chagrin, however you cannot the overall impact and genius behind the concept. I sometimes marvel in the hoops world 2K has generated and their imprint on the culture throughout the neighborhood.
I would have loved to see some type of championship or league-setup performance, but that wasn't discussed before launch. As it is, the Jordan Rec and Pro-Am scene will likely be largely unchanged, and it's where the prospective NBA2K Leaguers will largely hone their skills. Those who also like the internet team-up competitive arena will still live here. If you looked at every one the modes across the board and attempted to judge which one will observe the many noticeable improvements, I'd expect it to be MyTeam.
The Seasons theory which converts the mode to a live ceremony is intriguing. Additionally, the weekend events called MyTeam Limited are a step in the ideal direction as it pertains to a more structured experience. There is also the Buy NBA 2K21 MT Coins new and mysterious Dark Matter term which could refer to a higher-level stone card or power-ups for gamers on your collection. In any case, 2K users who plan on updating to next-gen or so are only MyTeam junkies will probably feel that the most served of all of the 2K sub-communities.