Anderson will be making his debut as a broadcaster alongside Grant Hill, Allie LaForce as well as a sideline reporter. The three of them won't be 2K22 MT the only team that will be playing and Kevin Harlan, Greg Anthony and David Aldridge all will be returning to the team And it appears that the game will throw you a crew at random. While I'm not sure anyone has a complaint about Anthony, Harlan or Aldridge in general, it is hard to not agree with the addition of fresh voices.
Personally, I don't tend to pay too much attention to how games appear in video. Whether watching it on a smartphone or a computer you're not able to really understand the way you feel until you experience it. But... to the record, the game appears as smooth as advertised. The lob that Lonzo Ball of the Pelicans dropped at Zion over Steph appeared extremely fluid and even though it was easy to predict (I throw many, many shots on the pick and roll) It didn't feel forced.
In previous games, it seemed like players were locked into specific sequences. But this one just seemed like Curry was on the move and was overwhelmed by Zion's athleticism. Two things we will not know until we start to play the game is how much it is possible to alter the settings while keeping the game playing fluid. In the video, they are running at 50 miles per hour. I'm guessing they're refer to the 60-65 speeds because it's more real.
It's reasonable to presume that they are playing Rookie in a challenging manner. Depending on the game I am playing, I can switch from All-star to Buy NBA 2K22 MT Hall of Fame. If my friends and I would like to play an intense game, we place it in the Hall of Fame, but this also means a lot of missed threes unless there's a green release, which can cause a semblance of realism to it all. To avoid the trials and tribulations that come with throwing your controller away and the difficulty dropping to Ssuperstar. If the game is in desperate mode, it will switch to... All-Star. Don't be a judge.