NBA 2K22 Next-Gen VS Current-Gen: Price and Game Modes
NBA 2K22 Next-gen vs Current-gen: Is it worth it to pay $10 extra to get the next-gen version of the game? Let’s find out.
Tomorrow, NBA 2K22 will be available across all platforms, and once again, it will have two different editions for current-gen and next-gen consoles.
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This year, the difference between the 8th-gen and 9th-gen versions of the game is more significant than before. So, it would be better to get the next-gen version if you are a veteran basketball fan. But if you still need more details, take a look at all the differences down below:
MyCareer mode will be available for both current-gen and next-gen consoles. The main difference is this mode is about The Neighborhood section. While current-gen players will found themselves in a new neighborhood, which is a big cruising ship, next-gen players will step into The City.
Simply put, The City is much larger than The Neighborhood, providing more activities for players, allowing them to drive bicycles, and participate in a wide variety of online events. This includes Hidden Talents and No Place Like Home activities exclusive for next-gen players.
For next-gen consoles, The W mode will be significantly improved, featuring a brand new player progression system along with a Badge list as well as a multiplayer mode called The W Online. Also, players will have three new activities to do in the Off-Day Experience.
Again, some big overhauls will be available in MyNBA/MyWNBA modes for next-gen players. This includes new management systems such as MyStaff, Staff Overview, Staff Card Upgrade, Individual and Team Training, Prep Hub, and Conditional Coaching.
NBA 2K22 will be available on September 10 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Nintendo Switch, Stadia, and PC.