Black Friday 2019: The Best NBA 2K20 Deals
Several retailers have revealed their Black Friday 2019 deals, many of which include the biggest games of the year, including NBA 2K20. 2K’s annual basketball series sees some excellent Black Friday discounts across PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch this year, the best of which comes from Walmart.
NBA 2K20 | $27 (
Walmart has the PS4, Xbox One, and Switch versions for $27. Walmart’s Black Friday sale kicks off on November 27 at 7 PM PT / 10 PM ET online and in stores at 6 PM local time on November 28. Walmart’s early video game sale kicks off on November 23 at 9 PM PT / November 24 at 12 AM ET, but you’ll have to wait until November 27 for the deal on NBA 2K20.
Xbox One X – NBA 2K20 Hyperspace bundle | $350 (
This Xbox One X bundle comes with a digital copy of NBA 2K20 and a special-edition Hyperspace Xbox One X and controller, which feature a unique paint splash design. The bundle also includes one-month trials for Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. Microsoft will have this console available for $350 starting November 21 for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Gold subscribers and November 24 for everyone else.
Xbox One S – NBA 2K20 bundle | $200 (
The Xbox One S bundle comes with everything the Xbox One X bundle does, except the special edition console. This bundle comes with a regular, white Xbox One S, but you still get the digital copy of NBA 2K20, a controller, and the one-month trials for Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. Microsoft is selling this bundle for $200 starting November 21 for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Gold subscribers and November 24 for everyone else.
NBA 2K20 VC deals
NBA 2K20 75,000 VC Holiday Bundle | $20
This special NBA 2K20 VC holiday bundle comes with 75,000 VC as well as in-game cosmetic items. Those include a Red Santa hat, Christmas backpack, Christmas-themed mural for your MyCourt, and an exclusive ugly sweater. Walmart has the bundle for $20 from November 23 through December 31.
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In GameSpot’s NBA 2K20 impressions, critic Kevin Wong wrote about how the new game’s story mode attempts to have a social conscience, leaving behind the awkward attempts at humour and “hip” dialogue of previous entries. While it doesn’t quite stick the landing, Wong wrote that the basketball gameplay is still as great as it always is.
“Is it even possible to have a truly woke narrative in a game so relentlessly money and fame-driven? Perhaps not.” Wong wrote. “But NBA 2K20 asks you to accept this melding at face value. That’s impossible, but thankfully, there’s a legacy of NBA 2K quality that makes the reconciliation less important. The story and how it’s told don’t hold up to scrutiny. But the gameplay, honed from years of incremental development and effort, always does. NBA 2K20 is, even in its contradictions, an excellent facsimile of the NBA itself.”