The third season of NBA 2K22 is coming to an end. Tomorrow will be the last limited game before the third season. The Iced Out Week 6 event will give players a chance to get some additional rewards.
Week 6 limited warm-up match
Everyone needs to be given out as the final reward. Some players forget to participate in the little warm-up before the official limited event, but this week's prize is 86 OVR Sapphire Kendall Gill. You can also get a pretty good XP boost by completing challenges.
We also learned about the NBA 2K22 MyTEAM Limited Event lineup restrictions, which provides you with an excellent opportunity to practice your lineup before the S3 Limited Event is ready to start.
This week’s event may be a new challenge for players. Galaxy Opals player lessons cannot be used, and most player cards must be Sapphire or lower. After completing the game and winning, you will get an excellent sapphire card in Kendall Gill.
Lineup restrictions for the sixth week
You can use up to 2 Pink Diamond players
You can use up to 2 Amethyst Players
All remaining cards must be sapphire or lower.
The warm-up challenge will expire on January 9, 2022. The expiration date coincides with the end time of the NBA 2K22 MyTEAM limited event.
Iced Out Limited Event Prizes
25 NBA 2K22 MT
Diamond shoe lift
Hall of Fame Badge Pack
Pink Diamond Dan Majerle (96 OVR)
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