How NBA 2K22’s cross-generational progress and collection will work

NBA 2K22 will support cross-generational progression, which means players can carry their MyTeam collection and any NBA 2K22 MT earned or purchased.


NBA 2K22 will support cross-generational progression, which means players can carry their MyTeam collection and any NBA 2K22 MT earned or purchased. NBA 2K22 is the next game in the 2K long-running basketball simulation series. Like NBA 2K21, it supported the game on both previous and current generation consoles. This means that players can upgrade from PS4 to PS5 or from Xbox One to Xbox Series X|S without worrying about buying the game twice when it launches on September 10.

But what 2K Games needs to pay attention to is the steps they handle cross-generational processes, because if they are not careful, they may make major mistakes. Like many other sports games, 2K22 has an ultimate team mode called MyTeam. Here, players can get new cards of their favorite superstars from the past and present of the NBA. If they have to start over when upgrading to a new console, that will be a major obstacle for dedicated 2K fans.

Fortunately, the game will support cross-generational processes. When players decide to upgrade, they will bring their complete MyTeam collection to several generations of consoles. This means that every player will appear, as well as any in-game currency someone bought or earned. One thing to note here is that 2K22 only supports cross-processes in the same console series-this means that PS4 processes cannot save and transfer to Xbox Series X, for example. Similarly, Xbox One progress cannot save and transfer NBA 2K22 MT to PlayStation 5.

After NBA 2K22 is officially available, players not only need to master the various modes of play as soon as possible, they also need to Buy 2K22 MT in order to build a strong MyTeam. Only in this way, they will have a strong confidence to compete with others, or complete those seemingly impossible challenges to get better rewards.

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