The whole season report on NBA 2K22 MT 2K's site has loads more of content, since there are plenty of events to finish and player cards to earn. The current Season 7 is going to return as the shortest season ever in a 2K match, largely because of the hiatus from the NBA, with the Play-In championship, and the Play-Offs about to take place too. However, 2K isn't backing from worthwhile rewards for players, as you will start off using a 150,000 XP boost right from the get go, which means that you can easily receive the level 40 reward being the Dark Issue Vince Carter.
Moreover, there's also improvements into the in-game Packs you can open, since you'll have the ability to get the Galaxy Opal set of cards from the League Series 3 Packs and Boxes. The best rated cards in this group is going to be Stephen Curry and of course King James. The new 2K22 Season's content seems abundant, regardless of the COVID-esque NBA Season we are having to watch in real life - with odd timelines, delayed Play-Offs in comparison to what we're used to, and fresh formats being set in place, i.e. the Play-In championship. Nonetheless, here's to hoping that what hasn't really had the best of starts, will come to a fruitful and exciting ending.
NBA 2K22 Reveals MyTeam Season 7: Full Throttle
The NBA 2K22 team has revealed MyTeam Season 7: Full Throttle, a brand new season that will make it possible for you to move your way up to Level 40 whilst finishing fresh challenges and earning all types of brand new rewards. Season 7: Full Throttle will be the fastest MyTeam year up to now, being only four weeks long. But that just means it will be much more intense, obviously.
Starting off strong, Season 7 will see 150,000 XP being published on Day 1, that should get you well on your way to Buy NBA 2K22 MT Coins reaching that Level 40 goal. More XP will of course also be released throughout the year, frees you towards getting the Season 7 Level 40 reward, Dark Issue Vince Carter.