NBA 2K22's release date on PC has officially been revealed today!
We also have loads of new information about pre orders, prices and the brand new Cover Athletes!
So, check out everything you need to know about what NBA 2K22 will have to offer on PC below.
Latest - NBA 2K22 Teaser Trailer Revealed
An official teaser trailer has dropped for NBA 2K22 - check it out below!
The above trailer was released by NBA 2K's official YouTube account moments ago.
Despite focusing on the PlayStation version of the game, it gives us a taste of what is to come from NBA 2K22 on PC along with both current and next gen consoles.
Release Date on PC
The official release date for NBA 2K22 has finally been revealed!
NBA 2K22 will be released on Friday, 10 September 2021 on all platforms, including PC.
Even if there is no early access, 2K usually makes a demo available before the game releases.
So, find out everything there is to know about the demo right here.
Price on PC
The NBA 2K22 prices have been revealed, so check them out below!
The NBA 2K22 Standard Edition on PC is priced at £64.99 / $69.99.
The 75th Anniversary Edition on PC is priced at £84.99 / $99.99 (this includes both the current gen and next gen versions).
NBA 2K22 Pre Order
Pre orders are AVAILABLE NOW from the official NBA 2K22 site itself right here!
Luka Donic of the Dallas Mavericks graces the cover of both the Standard Edition and Cross-Gen Digital Bundles.
The 75th Anniversary Edition on the other hand will see Dirk Nowitzki, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and current NBA star Kevin Durant on the cover.
Will the next gen NBA 2K titles be coming to PC?
The NBA 2K22 FAQ was asked this question, and here was the response:
This is something the team is passionate about and will continue to investigate what is possible for the franchise in the future. For now, the focus was on assuring NBA 2K22 was optimized for the new consoles (PlayStation®5, Xbox Series X|S), while also making sure the experience remains fresh and innovative for players on other platforms.
Current Gen Game Modes
Sadly, players probably won't see new next gen game modes like The City land on current gen platforms.
But, we could see NBA 2K22 try to improve existing modes like MyTEAM or MyPLAYER to compensate for not adding new game modes.
Since most people still don't have Xbox Series X|S and PS5, NBA 2K22 will likely have way more players on current gen, so there's no way they completely neglect upgrading the current gen experience.