Today, 2K released a new report looking at next-gen gameplay for NBA 2K22. This entry is part two of three, and takes a detailed look at some next-gen information for the sport. Chiefly, one of those large new features for NBA 2K22 about the PS5 is that you'll be able to feel that a player's exhaustion levels when pressing back on a trigger to sprint.
For the ones that prefer to pre-order the Mamba Forever edition, these bonuses have been added onto their matches: 100,000 Virtual Money, 10,000 MyTeam Points, 10 MyTeam Tokens, 60 MyCareer Skill Boosts, 30 MyCareer Gatorade Boosts, 40 MyTeam Promo Packs (10 at the first launch and then three awarded every week), Sapphire Damian Lillard and Zion Williamson MyTeam Cards, MyPlayer Shoe Collection, MyPlayer back pack, along with the Kobe Bryant Digital Collection. Since it isn't the first time 2K sports honored the late Kobe Bryant because his passing, the box artwork for the current-gen variant is a painting (rather than the typical in-person image for the other variations ) that reveals Bryant sporting his #8 jersey because he dunks. For your next-gen, the box artwork comes with a picture of Bryant sporting his #24 jersey because he waves goodbye to a crowd.
The current-gen variant has fumbled around a little, but I must believe some of the issues are because of 2K dividing its sources with the next-gen iteration.
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