PGA Tour 2K21 trailer goes behind the scenes of Luke Elvy’s and Rich Beem’s commentary – TheSixthAxis

PGA Tour 2K21 trailer goes behind the scenes of Luke Elvy’s and Rich Beem’s commentary

Generally, 2K Games has a pretty solid track record when it comes to the commentary in its sports games. It seems like that 2K Games wants to hold onto that mantle with PGA Tour 2K21, and today the publisher released a trailer giving a behind the scenes look at how Luke Elvy and Rich Beem, the main commentators in the game, prepared and provided the voice work that will comment on all of your actions on the course. They will praise you when things are going well and criticise when things are going poorly if you are not getting into the swing of things.

Recently, 2K released details about the MyCareer mode. You will be able to create your character with tons of hairstyles and fashion options for both male and female players, kitting them out in gear from Adidas, Polo Ralph Lauren, Malbon Golf, Callaway Golf, Bridgestone Golf, TaylorMade Golf and more. Outside of career there are both local and online multiplayer options with game modes such as 4-Player Scramble, Stroke Play, and Skins. Players can also create Online Societies where they can run full length seasons and tournaments with friends. The events can be customised with different rules and requirements.

2K has a partnership with Adidas allowing for some pre-order bonuses. Anyone who pre-orders will get a Codechaos MyPlayer pack that features Codechaos Boa golf shoes, polo top, hat and trousers. Meanwhile, those who grab the digital deluxe version will get the same pack and the Golden Touch pack which includes a gold putter and driver as well as 2300 VC. Yep, the game will feature VC, so we shall have to wait and see just how balanced the microtransactions are, which isn’t guaranteed given 2K’s spotty track record.

HB Studios made the Golf Club games so there is some high expecations for PGA Tour 2K21. PGA Tour 2K21 will be released on August 31st for PS4, Xbox One, PC via Steam, Switch, and Stadia.

Source: Press Release

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