We received some new information and an early look at how we’re going to see some of these players, cards, and all that good stuff in NBA 2K22 MyTEAM, and so we’re going to get right into it.
The first thing that we are going to discuss is all the pre-order stuff that we do in the getting. You get some VC, and you get some NBA MT. If you do end up pre-order, you obviously get some free packs such as a coach pack or something similar, and then again, it depends on the VC empty amount you receive and the version you end up getting, and all that good stuff, and then obviously you get some park stuff as well, such as some boots, some gatorade, some shirts, a sleeve, and a backpack, and things like that. However, the primary focus is on the cards we see here, which will feature the cover players, Kareem Dirk and Kevin Durant. NBA 2K22 will be released on September 10.
Obviously, this is still early in the game; there have been numerous instances where we observed you know, for example, I’ll show you around 2k. Even this year 2K21 we had the sapphire Kobe and at first people were unsure how they felt about it but as the year progresses the card always improves and the fact that the 2K22 card is already looking pretty good gives players high expectations for the rest of the year, you can even earn them for free, without NBA 2K22 MT, for example Kobe was the 2K21 starter card and then Kobe was the 2K22 starter card and then Kobe was the 2K22 starter card and then Obviously, in 2k21, we knew Kobe was a bad card simply because we had the beautiful little lightning bolts, and now in 2K22, they have the arrows pointing up, which typically indicates an upgrade. It might simply be the style of the pre-order bonus cards and 2k22 bam; also, their cards lack the secondary position. Kevin Ryan is an intriguing power forward. Kobe was photographing our modest four, which is set to grow to twenty. 2K20 only had shooting guard for his card in 2k 20 and then took a 19 Lebron also had small forward, and if you recall, there were no position logs in 2k19, thus this might be a hint at no position logs in 2K20. However, 2K20 also had dwayne wade, and we know 2k20 had position locks because we have a bunch of these other cards that came out eventually. It’s just a nice little you know thing that you can consider as well. They’ll have position locks even if we go the route of 2k19 and get rid of position logs. That would be pretty cool. That is something removed, contracts, position logs, and stuff like that and then obviously add some stuff they’ve already added. Obviously, in 2K21, we knew that Kobe was an evil card due to the nice little lightning bolts, and now in 2K22, they have basically the arrows pointing up, which typically indicates an upgrade. It could simply be the style for the pre-order bonus cards and 2K22 bam. Kevin Ryan is an intriguing power forward.
Each year, we see the cards and everyone agrees they’re hideous. It happened in 19, it happened in 20, it happened in 21, and it’s probably going to happen again in 2k 22. Then we’re going to start seeing some amazing stuff. It’s always like that every year. 2K22 has the finest early look at the cards style, and then probably to get 20 was the final one. This one worked out wonderfully and then Lebron James came along. This one was also quite awful, but 2K19 featured some really decent card art as well, so we got one of the best-looking cards in the game by purchasing with 2K22 MT or playing the games.