NBA 2K22 announcement didn't arouse player enthusiasm


Take-Two Interactive announced NBA 2K22 MT Points. The first trailer for the game was also published, although this one did not arouse much enthusiasm of internet users.



NBA 2K22 has been officially announced. The announcement of the new edition of take-two interactive basketball series will not surprise anyone and - unfortunately - the same can probably be said about the adoption of the first trailer. The trailer posted on The PlayStation's YouTube channel apparently didn't appeal to Sony fans, as there are just over 600 likes down (at the time of writing).



We write: "Sony fans", because the same material on the YouTube channel of the cycle has collected over a thousand "pluses" with less than a hundred negative ratings. However, already in the comments one can see a similar sentiment - and definitely not positive. Some complain about not showing parts of the game, while a large number of users apparently simply do not believe that Visual Concepts and 2K Sports will deliver "good" production. Similar voices appear quite often on social networking sites like Reddit. Of course - in line with the convention of the Internet - most entries of this type do not go beyond the general complaints about the quality of the game. Nevertheless, our guess is that fans still remember the disappointment that NBA 2K21 was for many. Reviewers criticized the reproduction of last year's installment, which gave the impression that it had been prepared half-heartedly as a kind of starter before the series debut on ninth-generation consoles. The common micropayments also did their own, which was not new to the series. It is not hard to guess that this last point was the most searing salt in the eyes of players and the reason for the "bombardment" of the game with negative ratings on Metacritic. Aside from the issue of receiving the trailer, the video reveals the release date of NBA 2K22, set for September 10. We will play the title on personal computers and NBA 2K22 MT Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X / S, PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch consoles, with a choice of three editions: standard, slightly more expensive digital intergenerational kit (Cross-Gen Digital Bundle; Take- Two will not allow for a free upgrade of the PS4 and XOne versions to releases on new consoles) and a special edition for the 75th anniversary of the NBA league. Below we present all three covers, this time featuring Luka Dončić from the Dallas Mavericks and - in the event of the anniversary release - three legendary basketball players: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Dirk Nowitzki and Kevin Durant.

posted Jul-20-2021 @ 06:00 by ALLEN KANE