Appearing in numerous ads before, Jake from State Farm is back with an NBA 2K22 cameo. The motion was captured in full motion by the actor who originally played Jake NBA 2K22 MT, Jake greets the players in the neighborhood with his State Farm uniform that he is known as "drip".
In addition it is worth noting that the State Farm store also offers more cosmetics that are branded priced from 15,000 VC for PS3.99/$4.99 in real currency. In finding the whole place to be completely ridiculous, many have posted on social media to complain about 2K's brutally forced advertising.
Before, 2K has included ad items that weren't related to the NBA and was the subject of an outpouring of criticism due to its inability to skip ads in NBA 2K20 and its degrading behavior. Fans of the series might not be shocked by the brand new State of the Farm insurance advertisement, however.
The series is famous for its numerous microtransactions, including randomly generated loot boxes. NBA 2K22 seems to include more advertising than ever before but, some quests require players to complete milestones in real brands.
The NBA 2K franchise grew its popularity because it once centered its content around creating a top-notch basketball experience for the fans. Sadly, 2K Sports has inundated every title that it releases with ever more advertisements. In the same way that advertisements impact their overall impact, they are considered optional. Players seeking a new sports adventure can revisit 2K's yearly series featuring NBA 2k22.
NBA 2K gave away a 24K Gold PS5 With A Price Of Over $10K
In a tweet promoting its upcoming title NBA 2K22, the NBA 2K Twitter account gave away the 24K gold PlayStation 5 that is valued over $10000. In a tweet that promoted the new game Buy NBA 2K Coins, the NBA 2K Twitter account gave an 24K gold PS5 worth more than 10k.