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PGA TOUR 2K21 Career Mode Detailed


Featuring 12 Tour pros and 15 licensed courses, get a first look at 2K Games and HB Studios’ PGA TOUR 2K21’s career mode with the latest trailer for the title.

The Career Mode of this follows the path of your MyPLAYER, which can be created with this title’s deep character and customization suite. Players will start out from humble beginnings as they strive to make a name for yourself. Things kick off with the Korn Ferry Tour and lead up to a climactic battle against cover athlete Justin Thomas as they seek out FedExCup glory.

Included are a number MyPLAYER customization options, including unique appearances, hairstyles, and fashion options. Apparel and gear from adidas, Malbon Golf, Polo Ralph Lauren, Callaway Golf, Bridgestone Golf, TaylorMade Golf, and other brands will also be included.

The trailer, which can be seen below, is narrated by the commentary team of Luke Elvy and Rich Beem. These two will also provide play-by-play commentary within the game.

Sneak Peek at the PGA TOUR 2K21 Career Mode

The title will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on August 21, 2020. Those that order the Digital Deluxe Edition of the title can get themselves the Golden Touch Pack, which includes a gold-plated driver and putter, the 2K/adidas CodeChaos MyPLAYER Pack (featuring the adidas CodeChaos BOA Golf Shoes), and custom adidas / 2K CodeChaos Polo, Pants and Hat.

Source: Press Release
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