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Inside Gaming published this video item, entitled “NBA 2K21 brings back unskippable ads” – below is their description.
Go to http://stamps.com and use code INSIDE to claim your special offer! Everyone’s favorite feature from NBA2K20 is returning for 2K21! No it’s not an amazing roster, or advanced ball physics, or even an NBA JAM mode… it’s UNSKIPPABLE ADS! Yes those unskippable ads from NBA2K20 are returning despite 2K21 costing $70! Seems like those faster loading times for the Xbox Series X and PS5 will be put to good use by loading these unskippable ads faster than last gen. How mad are gamers about it? Find out on today’s edition of Inside Gaming! Listen to our podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/IGPodcast Or buy our shirt! https://is.gd/u3xCtA OR follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/briangaar https://twitter.com/HandsomeMaster2 http://twitter.com/mc_lotta http://twitter.com/InsideGaming SOURCES – [Youtube, Stevivor] NBA 2K21 adds in-game ads during loading | Stevivor https://bit.ly/2Hd8NhM [The Verge] NBA 2K21’s PS5 and Series X versions will cost $69.99, hinting at a next-gen price jump https://bit.ly/37otiTg [Metacritic] NBA 2K21 https://bit.ly/31kZq6x [GameSpot] NBA 2K21 Review https://bit.ly/37mYv9E [God is a Geek] NBA 2K21 Review https://bit.ly/3jd8Neo [Reddit] NBA 2K21 inserts unskippable ads into pre-game loading screens https://bit.ly/3dHaRKL [IGN] EA Responds to Fan Outcry Caused by Ads Appearing in UFC 4 and Removes Them https://bit.ly/2FKs2yw [Youtube, xPray 4 Deathx] NBA2k Ad Video Test https://bit.ly/3kg4Jvp [Youtube, NBA 2K] NBA 2K20: MyTEAM https://bit.ly/2HfAk1RInside Gaming YouTube Channel
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