Boston Celtics Superstar Jayson Tatum Headlines NBA 2K25 on PS5, PS4 1
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Boston Celtics superstar, and reigning NBA Champion, Jayson Tatum will be the cover star of NBA 2K25, which is scheduled to release on 6th September. The icon will front the standard edition of the game across both PS5 and PS4, but those who plump up for the more expensive All-Star Edition will find him accompanied by Las Vegas Aces’ A’ja Wilson. Wilson will also headline a GameStop exclusive WNBA Edition in the United States. Elsewhere, eight-time All-Star Vince Carter will front the Hall of Fame Edition.

Here’s a full breakdown of what all the various options include:

  • The Standard Edition will be available for $69.99 on PS5 and PS4.
  • The WNBA Edition, a GameStop exclusive, will be available for $69.99 on PS5 and only available in North America.
  • The All-Star Edition will be available for $99.99 on PS5 and PS4. This edition includes 100,000 VC and MyTEAM content, including 10 MyTEAM Player Cards (3 guaranteed to be 89 OVR), 3 Diamond Shoe Cards, 3 Takeover Boosts, and 1 Amethyst Coach Card; as well as MyCAREER content, including 150x Skill Boosts (25 Games), 75x Gatorade Boosts (25 Games), Jayson Tatum Cover Jersey, Jayson Tatum Electric Skateboard Skin, and a 2K25 Cover Stars Design T-Shirt.
  • The limited availability Hall of Fame Edition will be offered through 8th September for $149.99 on PS5 and PS4. The special Hall of Fame Edition includes everything in the All-Star Edition plus a MyCAREER Vince Carter Cover Jersey, a Season 1 Pro Pass with 4 upfront Pro Pass rewards and a 12-Month NBA League Pass Subscription.

There’s very little information about the game itself just yet, but 2K Sports promises “enhanced authenticity and realism powered by ProPLAY technology” on PS5 specifically. The press release expands: “New-gen NBA 2K25 delivers the franchise’s most true-to-life basketball experience yet, offering players the ultimate control in how they dominate the competition.”

There’s the promise of a more “compact” interactive City this time, which will hopefully make getting about in MyCAREER a little less frustrating. Popular modes like MyTEAM and MyNBA will also return, but there’s currently no word on what they will entail – or what improvements fans can expect from them.