I have pointed out a lot of flaws in the MyTeam section of NBA 2K21 Mobile Community

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  • Created By: Wei weismart
  • Posted On: Nov 17, 2020
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  • Description: Through the year (or half-year... I bought in February) I have pointed out a lot of flaws in the MyTeam section of NBA 2K21, much to the chagrin of people who believe that NBA 2K21 MT the sun rises and sets on 2K's MyTeam and it's the pinnacle of enjoyment for all concerned. What the detractors do not understand is that the criticism is borne from a deep love and respect for the NBA and wanting to see it properly represented in a video game. Now NBA 2K21 is dead, I compiled a listing of all of the issues I'd expect the devs would look at and maybe implement in time to get my potential return with 2K22 since, in its present incarnation, there is no way that I am going to be anywhere near 2K21. I said the exact same thing at the decision of 2K19, however, when NBA 2K21 went on sale in February, I acquiesced and purchased as buddies in this very thread had been praising the Evo, Ranking Lock and Offline Content added this year. Shortly after purchasing, the Glitched and Out Of Position cards stored falling and we all found the blog 2K published at the beginning was a veiled lie and we were duped. Anyway, here are the issues in no particular order. Such a relatively simple fix. You will find 75 badges in complete and they're static. Have them at an arrangement and stay with it. If I'm comparing GOAT LeBron James into Prime LeBron James, I ought to be able to look at them side by side and readily discern what you're missing from Prime that are added to GOAT. But this isn't the case. The badges look depending on the card which makes it difficult to compare. This really is a 1/10 with regard to how simple it's to fix yet makes an impact of. On June 25th, players looking to lock to Zion Williamson, one of the most energetic rookies in years, had to cover close to 2 million MT for your card. The cards for the first set were still holding value (albeit about half of the original 2 million purchase price) so people were still paying an exorbitant amount for Zion the day before he was accessible for 6k. And because Zion was a lock-in reward, a great deal of people were left with a 1.5 mil tab (on average) for a card they'd never use again after just 5 weeks. It was disrespectful to the consumers and forethought should be exercised in how 2K spaces out its own content. In a similar fashion, after having no opals since they became widespread in March, Damian Lillard got one on July 10th and a better one on July 31st. The cost associated with this is minute compared to Zion however, the principle is the same. See its worth tank and Nobody wants to invest in a card. From the moment the attention changed to 2K21, the very long load times in between matches, to return to the menu proved very noticeable from roughly late July. It is evident that 2K20 servers were recommissioned by 2K. This shouldn't happen until the player base has also gone to 2K21 and ought to be ratioed.