2K states that the unskippable ads included in MT 2K21 were implemented in a way that the publisher"didn't mean," and that the mistake"will be repaired." In an overview on Twitter, the company addressed backlash to how adverts were contained in its most recent release. Before this week, players observed that an unskippable ad for your Oculus Quest two before an in-game video. That ad appeared to run through a loading screen, but was the exact same length even when running from an SSD to a PC (via Stevivor). Participants hailed 2K for the advert, with many imagining it was appearing in a full-priced title.
In reaction, 2K reminded players that commercials"have been incorporated into 2KTV segments" for a couple of years, but stated that"yesterday 2KTV advertisement placement influenced our players' experience in ways we didn't intend, because these ads are not meant to operate within their pre-game launch" Because of this, the issue"will be repaired in future episodes," although there's no word on exactly when the change will be put into place. It will not sound as though the ads will actually be going away. 2K points out that they've been set up for a while already, and that the issue here seems to be in which the advertisement showed up, not the fact that it had been there in the first place. Hopefully the placements will probably be subtle in future, but it appears that in-game adverts are set to be part of the NBA 2K matches for a while yet.
That functionality seems like its own worthy of a Pink Diamond, at least. Additionally, the day following Jordan enrolled the triple-double against the Warriors, he scored his second-most points in Cheap 2K MT one regular-season game against a rookie Shaquille O'Neal, former Bulls head coach Scott Skiles and the Orlando Magic. On the second half of a yearlong, Jordan had 64 points, but the Bulls lost the game in 128-124.