The release date for NBA 2K22 Season 6 has been confirmed, as well as the additional features that will be included. Season 6 will be one of the final seasons for NBA 2K22 before 2K Games concentrates on promoting NBA 2K23 as the regular season draws to a close. Season 6 should, on the other hand, provide plenty of new content for gamers to enjoy before the next game’s advertising begins.
Zero Gravity is the title for NBA 2K22 Season 6, which will be published on April 8th. Jayson Tatum of the Celtics will be featured in Zero Gravity, as well as a new Dirk Nowitzki card for MyTeam players. It also includes a number of changes to nearly all of NBA 2K22’s game modes, as well as a new musical collaboration. NBA 2K22 will receive a fresh roster update later this week, just in time for Season 6. Despite the fact that 2K has yet to make an announcement, players have come to expect it before any seasonal change. As a result, we’ll make sure to let you know as soon as the new roster update is available right here on ComicBook.com.
Until then, 2K Games has supplied all of the information below if you’re interested in knowing more about what Season 6 of NBA 2K22 has in store. MyCAREER has been updated with new scenery and a Level 40 Bunny Mascot. Other delights include Season 6 clothing, a BMX, a new animated object, and more. Power Up for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, NSW, and PC, as well as TKO for PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X|S, feature galactic events where players may receive awards and more.
MyTEAM has Playoff Agendas for all 20 clubs, as well as moments based on important playoff performances, an LVL 40 Dark Matter Josh Giddey, and more. Fans may also play to upgrade their MyTEAM rosters by collecting 4,000 cards to redeem a Dark Matter Dirk Nowitzki Player Card and achieving all 80 badges to receive a Hall of Fame badge by collecting all 80 badges in the game.
The W* returns for the WNBA’s historic 25th season with all-new prizes, including new 2K Breakthrough Gear, an Extra Badge Point, VC, a Seasonal Clothing Bundle, and a Custom Green Release. In addition, athletes can add WNBA superstars Katie Smith and Cheryl Ford to their contact lists after earning Hall of Fame status in Season 6. ‘First Fridays’ features a partnership between NBA 2K and COLORSxSTUDIOS, a new playlist of original recordings from A COLORS SHOW, and classic tracks from COLORS’ global artist community, including cuts from US rap star Smino, Belgian hip-hop artist Krissy, rising London talent ENNY, and more. A COLORS SHOW episode featuring Oakland rapper GUAPDAD 4000 will also premiere as part of the collaboration, marking the first time a music video will be incorporated in-game.