How could it be otherwise, the annual series of NBA video games has been renewed, and this year it is the turn of NBA 2K22. The game has been featured very recently since a presentation trailer, and we will leave it below if you want to take a look at it. The star on the cover of NBA 2K22 will be Luka Dončić, the NBA All-Star star. However, we will also have Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Dirk nowitzki Y Kevin Durant in the Multi-Generation Digital Pack. Here we tell you more!
There is not much to add to the operation of the game as such, at least so far. The game, as usual, it will cost 69.99 euros for your version of Xbox One, PS4 and PC; while the version of NBA 2K22 in order to PS5 and Xbox Series X / S will come under the price of 79.99 euros.
All editions of NBA 2K22
NBA 2K22 will have various editions from which we can choose. It will vary from the standard edition, to an anniversary edition with a price much higher than usual. All, however, will be available on all platforms. Here we leave them for you!
- Standard Edition, which will come at a cost of 69.99 euros on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. We can buy it in physical or digital format, the latter being the only option available for PC.
Multi-Generation Digital Pack, which will come under the price of 84.99 euros. We can only get it in digital format, as its name implies, and will allow us to play the Standard Edition on both generations of consoles (PS4-PS5 and Xbox One-Xbox Series).
NBA 75th Anniversary Edition, which has a cost of 99.99 euros for all your platforms. This edition will be available in physical format for all platforms, at except for PC and Nintendo Switch, where we can only buy it in digital format. This edition will also be enjoyable at both generations of consoles of the same family (PlayStation and Xbox).
NBA 2K22 will be available this September, 10th in order to Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC. A curiosity is that the Standard Edition it has variations on some of its covers. There is a version in USA that features the WNBA champion, Candace parker; on Japan, on the other hand, we find Rui hachimura, the first Japanese player to reach the Playoffs of the NBA.