NBA 2K22 still uses two versions of the current generation from Bestmengqin's blog

With nearly six different levels on The Cancha Del Mar, 2K looks to NBA2king bring the same excitement to new generation consoles. According to 2K, the vessel will be docked at different places during the course of each season. This provides players distinct experiences throughout their voyage from 99 and more.


Also, current gen will get a handful of new badges for the next generation of 2K21. Also, keep a watch for the badges in MyCareer! On September 10, NBA sports New Year's Day merchandise NBA 2K22 arrived as scheduled. For this edition, NBA 2K22 still uses two versions of the current generation , and the following generation to please players who play on different platforms.


This new version is no longer the main focus the development of NBA 2K22 development, and the new version debuts in the second half of this year actually has many changes and improvements. Although the next-generation NBA 2K22 is still not completely perfect in real-time play however, it is clear it as if NBA 2K22 is a more robust and well-constructed product than last one NBA 2K21.


In the experience of playing, NBA 2K22's character action speed has been significantly enhanced compared with NBA 2K21. The "skating" impression of characters in the arena isn't obvious, and the coherent and smooth movement will help players experience the experience of playing a real basketball game. The rapidity of the character's movements has dramatically altered the feel of the game both sides of the both the defense and offense.


The shooting speed is much faster while the players who have been shooting for a long time must also take some time getting comfortable with the new shooting feel. However, the shooting bar has been changed back to Buy MT PS4 the vertical model that was used by series players.


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