In case you haven’t played the first five games of the NBA 2K series, or even just the original NBA, we’re here to show you how to unlock the game’s most impressive new feature: a new “egg roll” system.
As of today, the NBA2K franchise is home to the most popular basketball video game series in history.
With the series already boasting an online presence (including a massive app store), and a thriving fan base, the potential to add an additional layer of gameplay is huge.
To celebrate the franchise’s fifth anniversary, we sat down with EA Sports CEO Kevin Plank to discuss the franchise and how it’s evolving to stay relevant in today’s world.
To get started, let’s dive into what you need to know about the NBA franchise’s newest feature: the NBA Egg Roll.
How does it work?
The new egg roll system was introduced with the original games in 2002, but its implementation is only now beginning to make a splash in the basketball video games arena.
Instead of rolling up your opponent in the basket, as with many other NBA franchises, the new system simply rolls up the opposing player on the floor, then, as they’re about to score, rolls them up again.
This is not to say that this method doesn’t involve some tricky positioning and footwork, but the benefits of this new system are clear: you can see your opponent’s face, score, and even dribble the ball without having to worry about the ball being grabbed.
The result is a game that is both fast-paced and incredibly intuitive, which makes for an incredibly effective and fun mode of play.
How do I unlock it?
Simply head to the NBA menu and hit “Customize” on your way into the menu.
Once there, head to your “Game Mode” and select “Egg Roll.”
Once there you will be able to select the egg roll method that you’d like, and it will unlock.
You can also select “Customization” again to customize your own eggs.
When I try it out, I’ve noticed that I’m a lot more willing to give my opponent a fair shot.
When I’m in the right position and I know my opponent will try to do something stupid, I just make sure I get them in the corner and roll them up.
The eggs I have unlocked so far are in the “Easy” and “Advanced” difficulty settings.
The Easy setting seems to be more straightforward and the Advanced setting is more complicated.
While it’s easy to see the benefits, I do wish that the game would include a bit more variety in the way that the eggs are rolled.
When I was playing the “Advanced Egg Roll” mode, I had a number of egg rolls, including one that was rolled with two players, and another that was stacked on top of another player.
That’s a very, very hard way to go about this.
It’s easy for me to get a fair score when I’m playing in a high-scoring situation, but it’s hard to keep my opponent from scoring a lot of points when I play on a low-scoring setting.
It’s not ideal.
What does the game look like when it’s unlocked?
If you’re looking for a challenge, you can unlock all of the egg rolls by going to “Custom Mode” from the menu and selecting “Custom Game Mode.”
This mode can be unlocked by simply holding down on the “E” key while scrolling through your menu.
Once you’re in the game, you’ll be able see your current score in the top-right corner, and a list of your opponents and how many points they have.
You can use this information to your advantage and choose to give your opponent a few shots in order to make them pay.
What happens when I get a few more eggs?
When you unlock an egg roll, the game will also unlock a new option that can be used to boost your score.
It’s this new feature that we’ll talk about more in the NBA sequel, NBA 2: The Golden State Warriors.
What’s the deal with the game?
I can see how this game is a little bit different from other NBA 2k games, but I can also see how the new features could have the potential for really good things.
The basic premise of the game is pretty simple: the ball is dropped into the basket and the player with the most rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks wins the game.
In addition to that, every player can customize their eggs, including the ones that are the most difficult, as well as those that require the most dribbling and hand-eye coordination.
There are also a number the other players can customize to boost their stats.
These include: speed, strength, agility, and overall strength.
I’m curious how this will change the way