NBA 2K22 is coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X, and it looks like it could be one of the best entries in the series so far. The game is still a work in progress, but we’ve gathered all the latest news and information below. NBA 2K22 release date, cover star, trailer, ratings – we have it all! So if you’re looking to buy NBA 2K22 this year, make sure you read on first.
Three cover athletes have been revealed for the game. For the first time in the history of NBA 2K, we will see a female athlete on the GameStop Exclusive Cover.
Candace Parker, who plays for Chicago Sky, is the athlete that has been picked for this historic moment.
Meanwhile, Slovenian professional basketball player Luka Doncic, who plays for the Dallas Mavericks and Dirk Nowitzki, who plays for the same team, will also feature on the NBA 2K22 cover.
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Will NBA 2K22 Have Any New Gameplay Features?
Here’s everything new, as per the Courtside Report:
Gameplay – On-court gameplay movements will give players more control on how they score the ball to improve offensive moves and combos and how they counter those moves on the defensive end.
Seasons – Across fan-favorite experiences, Seasons will allow players to extend and enhance their hoop ambitions long after the game’s launch with more content, more rewards, and more ways to play.
MyTEAM – An evolved experience gives MyTEAM players more ways to build and compete with their own dream teams. New challenges, rewards, and events make every Season fresh and unique.
New City* – The biggest online basketball community is getting a makeover. Step into an all-new City teeming with life, activity, and interactivity.
New Neighborhood – On PlayStation®4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC platforms, players will compete in an all-new Neighborhood built on the spacious decks of a sailing cruise ship.
MyCAREER – The all-new City and MyCAREER become one in a ground-breaking narrative experience on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S consoles.
MyNBA & MyWNBA – Build a winning franchise by making sure the staffing is just as strong as the hooping.