NBA 2K21 launches in just two weeks, and 2K Sports has released details on all of the changes coming to the game’s MyTeam mode this year.
Obviously one of the biggest points with MyTeam in NBA 2K21 is the fact that players will be able to carry over their entire collection and progress from the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One to the PS5 and Xbox Series X. That ensures that all of the time players spend from launch until making the jump won’t be wasted.
One of the biggest new additions comes in the form of Seasons in the mode. Free for everyone to play, Seasons will allow players to earn prizes based on their results with new elements being added to the mode as each season passes. Seasons will see players work to complete daily, weekly, and season-long objectives that will earn you XP to raise your season level. That season level is used to determine the rewards you get.
Another new mode within MyTeam is MyTeam Limited. A 5v5 multiplayer mode, MyTeam Limited pits players against others building teams based on various lineup restrictions. These restrictions will change often, keeping the matchups fresh for players.
Other MyTeam changes include (courtesy of 2K Sports):
- Badge Customization and Customizable Evolutions. Badge cards return, allowing you to add and upgrade Badges from Bronze to Hall of Fame. Evolution cards now branch, giving players an opportunity to make new decisions that make their players unique
- Another new feature to MyTEAM: The Exchange. Now you can trade in cards you aren’t using for cards that will become staples in your starting lineup, everything has value in MyTEAM for NBA2K21.
- MyTEAM’s IDOL Series Collection, will feature some of the NBA’s most memorable players from both the past and the present. Spread across 15 special releases, the IDOLS Series will be THE premium pack collection to covet during NBA 2K21’s MyTEAM run. The first pullable Pink Diamond card is coming this September.
You can read the full breakdown of the new features coming to MyTeam on the game’s official blog.
NBA 2K21 launches on September 4 for Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch. The next-gen version of the game will be available after those platforms release.
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