The excitement in NBA 2K22 doesn't stop with MyCareer. There are some new features to MyTeam and the badge system that can be applied to cards that are similar to the badges used in the other 2K modes to create a wider choice of lineups NBA 2K MT Coins, and play styles. Additionally, there are modifications in the Unlimited as well as Limited competition modes.
A new Draft mode, as well as a revamped mode, The 100. These modes feel underdeveloped and don't bring anything new to the table of competitive play. It's also mainly in these games that the microtransactions which are laden within NBA 2K22 really show.
While attempting to enter games for pickups in MyCareer without investing money in it can be a challenge, NBA practice and games could provide a quick boost to that endeavor when done right. In MyTeam, the lack of depth in the competitive mode makes competing against players who have spent money on packs that is a lot more difficult. Additionally, it makes single-player modes extremely appealing.
It's almost impossible to play in any mode of the latest NBA 2K game without running into microtransactions, and 2K22 is no different. But the franchise has mastered it so much now that it's now almost background noise for consistent players which is a sign that 2K has just trained people to expect them.
Aside from the unfortunate microtransactions and the bloated hubs the only major negatives are the mediocre developments for MyLeague, MyGM, and The W. Each game is still playing excellently, but they're not the primary goal Buy 2K22 MT. 2K22 isn't a huge improvement over the last year's game to players who enjoy these modes aside from better gameplay should they decide to play.