The players who will play as the cover characters in the game, which was announced recently, also revealed. NBA 2K22, the latest game in the NBA2K series, which has every year a new version, was announced officially on the 14th of July. The game, which has the most advantages of basketball games, is only available to basketball teams in America.
The official announcement of this game, the main players that will grace the cover have been announced. The players who will be the official cover stars of the game will be Luka Doncic (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar), Dirk Nowitzki (Kevin Durant), and Dirk Nowitzki (Dirk Nowitzki). Along with the announcement, the official release date for the game was also announced. It was stated in the announcement that the official release date of the game will be September 10, 2021.
There was a bad development about the game. According to the reports the PC version will not be compatible with the current generation of the game. As a result, cross-platform support won't be available for NBA 2K22 this year. This was done to encourage players to buy more games. It's not known what the game's price will cost on consoles. The game is expected to retail for 429 TL on Steam. Based on that price then it's quite reasonable to say that the game will launch on consoles for around 500 TL.
Fans angry at NBA 2K's unskippable advertising. The NBA 2K series is being criticised for the loading-screen ads which appear during the game's main mode. This weekend, Stevivor reported that an advertisement for Oculus played prior to the typical "episode" of NBA 2KTV which begins prior to a game loading in any of NBA 2K21's multiple modes. Users are required to view the entire advertisement, as they aren't prompted to change their line-ups during the game loading.
The morning of Monday, Polygon tried to find the ads that aren't skippable, playing the game available on the Xbox One. The ads were not found in MyCareer, MyTeam or any of the Play Now matchups. It's possible this only affects specific versions or regions, or 2K Sports already nixed the ads during the weekend's rage. We've been in touch with an 2K representative for clarification.