As a result, when the new console generation kicked off in November, 2K Sports was there with a version of NBA 2K21 that was optimized for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox One S. This was a separate product from the NBA 2K21 that had debuted in September on the Nintendo Switch, the PlayStation 4, Stadia, the Microsoft Windows PC, and the Xbox One. This year, 2K Sports is continuing that tradition with NBA 2K22: Finals Edition. For the most up-to-date gameplay features and enhancements, as well as expanded modes of play and players having access to a regulated market where they can instantly buy and sell NBA 2K MT at the lowest possible price, you'll need to purchase the new-generation version of the game, which costs more money.
Ahead of the studio's initial NBA 2K22 MT Coins feature reveal on Tuesday, Erick Boenisch, executive producer at NBA 2K MT Visual Concepts, gave a press briefing over Zoom on Friday.
2K Sports has set the pricing for the game in the following manner:NBA 2K22 costs $69.99 on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox One X, which is $10 more than the previous generation of consoles. If you want to be able to switch between PS4 and PS5, or Xbox One and Xbox Series X, you'll have to shell out an additional $10 for what the publisher refers to as the Cross-Gen Digital Bundle, which costs $79.99.
During the briefing, a few NBA 2K22 MT producers provided an overview of the game's overall structure. Fans probably expect that the majority of the new content this year will be restricted to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X versions, and while that is correct, Boenisch sought to allay concerns that last-generation players would be left behind.
NBA 2K22 MT will be released in September, and it will feature Doncic, Durant, Dirk, and Kareem on the cover.
According to Boenisch, "We didn't ignore next-generation users, and we didn't ignore our current-generation users; we gave 110% to both."“I didn't want anyone to get the impression that they were receiving a lesser service.”