NBA 2K’s MyCareer mode has always been one of the main areas fans pour tons of time into. Whether it’s to try and upgrade their players to be the very best, hang out in the Neighborhood, or whatever else. But what can be infuriating is the cutscenes that drag on for a bit and can be a bit… corny. Here’s what you need to know on how to skip cutscenes in NBA 2K20.
Skipping Cutscenes in NBA 2K20
To skip cutscenes in NBA 2K20, all you need to do is press and hold X on PS4, A on Xbox One, or B on Nintendo Switch. By doing this, you should then see the button’s icon appear in the bottom center of the screen with a red circle beginning to fill up around it.
Hold this button down for long enough and the red circle will fill completely, allowing you to skip the cutscene, and continue on with all the basketball gameplay goodness you really picked NBA 2K20 up for, and not its corny cutscenes.
You might get a quick black screen while the game loads out of the cutscene and puts you back in control, but it won’t take long.
Essentially, this is the exact same way we were skipping cutscenes in NBA 2K19 last year, following the dark days of unskippable cutscenes in 2K18.
At least we no longer have to deal with that and having to close the app every time that one showed up so that we could quickly duck out and get back to the action.
That’s everything you need to know on how to skip cutscenes in NBA 2K20. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out our ever-expanding guide wiki.
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