It means that if certain features haven't previously been made available, then it's likely it won't happen in the near future NBA 2K MT. As with the games before it, NBA 2K22 does not provide cross-platform support.
That is, if you're planning to play with a friend who has the game on PC the game must be playing the game on the PC. It's a great idea to take, when you consider how difficult it is to find current-gen consoles now.
Fans had the same question during the time NBA 2K21 was coming out. In 2021 there was the Reddit thread was created asking if the game of that time would be cross-platform compatibility. Many angry Redditors suggested the franchise wouldn't include cross-platform play so as to incentivize buying the same game for multiple platforms.
While it sounds an awful lot like sleazy, this franchise (and consequently, 2K22) has cross-progression compatibility.
As opposed to cross-platform, the cross-progression allows players to take their data and progress from one console and move it to a different. That is, you can begin a game on one console and continue where you began when you play it on another.
For NBA 2K22, players will be able to bring all their game data on one console the next. However, there are some points to be considered. NBA 2K22 will only allow cross-progression between consoles within one family. You can, for instance, migrate your progress from the PlayStation 4 to a PlayStation 5 but you can't transfer your progress from one PlayStation 4 to an Xbox Series X.
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Sunday's game between the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs was hyped up to be the game of the year as far as this NFL season was concerned. It did not exactly deliver. 28 combined points between the two units was not exactly something many expected, nor did anyone predict that the Cowboys would end Week 11 zero touchdowns scored. All in all, it was quite the forgettable game at Arrowhead Stadium.We discussed everything from Sunday's win during our Dallas Cowboys Postgame Show on the Blogging The Boys podcast network. Make sure to subscribe to our network so you don't miss any of our episodes. Apple devices can subscribe here and Spotify users can subscribe here.The reactions are strong as many are ready to bury Dallas as a serious contender this season. That is a topic for another day as right now we are here to discuss who shined and who did not during the most recent game that we saw the team play.It is time for winners and losers. Spoiler alert, there aren't a ton of winners. Winner: Micah ParsonsWhat more is there to say about Micah Parsons at this point?The Cowboys have a bonafide superstar on the defensive side of the ball, one that is capable of rushing the passer in a number of different ways. Sunday saw Parsons notch his eighth sack of the season which is the most by a Cowboys rookie since DeMarcus Ware in 2005. That's pretty elite company. Winner: Jayron KearseIf you generate an interception you will likely find yourself on the winners list and that is exactly what happened to Jayron Kearse. While he picked off Patrick Mahomes by way of a tipped ball Tarell Basham Jersey, he kept the focus necessary in order to generate a needed turnover for his team. Good for him. Loser: Mike McCarthyWhile the Cowboys were looking at bigger goals than Sunday's game, there is no excuse for how flat they came out against Kansas City.Just two weeks after supposedly being humbled and reminded of the stakes at hand the Cowboys - admittedly down some important contributors on offense - looked lifeless when they possessed the ball. Ultimately that falls at the feet of Mike McCarthy. Loser: Kellen MooreMany have suggested that Kellen Moore be promoted to the Cowboys head coaching position as soon as yesterday, but Sunday was a reminder that he is still a coach who is learning and growing. Moore's offense operated without Tyron Smith and Amari Cooper, but it was completely overwhelmed by Kansas City's defense. He had no answer for the Chiefs pass rush all game long. Loser: Dak PrescottWe could note over and over that the Cowboys were without their left tackle and top two wide receivers Jake McQuaide Jersey, but at the end of the day the mantle needs to be carried by someone. The franchise quarterback is a good place to look for that spark. Dak Prescott has singlehandedly kept the Cowboys in games before and was on an island of sorts in this contest; however, he was missing throws all over the place. He was running for his life, but even when he had time to get throws off they were high, behind, late or something else of the sort. Simply put he has to do more. Loser: The Offensive LineThe FOX broadcast took the low hanging fruit and said that the Cowboys have one of the best offensive lines in the NFL. Sigh. While that is not true, they have played like a top unit at times this season and at the very least should look competent when they are on the field together. That did not happen in this game.Granted Tyron Smith was absent but the Cowboys knew that was a possibility and still trotted out Connor McGovern for his first start at left guard. That did not go well. It wasn't just the newbies that got worked. Even the great Zack Martin was off. It was arguably the worst game of the season for each offensive lineman. Loser: Responding to AdversityIn case you were somehow still unaware. the Cowboys were down some notable players in Kansas City. That has been well-discussed.To be frank about that point though, who cares? You have to find a way. The Cowboys have persevered without different players at different points this season - they have yet to play a game with all 22 intended starters on offense and defense - and appear to be one of the best teams in the NFL. It's not that they lost which is troubling, it is that they didn't make it into the endzone once. You simply cannot fold like that because of this Darren McFadden Jersey, that, or the other.
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