A new addition to the Takeoff series is also hitting the market, giving players a great opportunity to claim some of the top new cards in the market. 2K Games continues to release new content for its MyTeam players There's always a lack of ways to enhance rosters for MyTeam and give everyone a good chance at competing for prizes.
In the Playoff Agenda, the First Round Player Group reveals four new Dark Matter units and an additional four Galaxy Opal players. Boston Celtics' Marcus Smart, Dallas Mavericks' Jalen Brunson 2K23 MT, Golden State Warriors' Jordan Poole, and Phoenix Suns' Mikal Bridges all are part of the brand New Dark Matter players introduced.
Smart and Poole are both excellent options for players looking to add a top shooting guard for their NBA 2K23 team. Galaxy Opal player additions include Memphis Grizzlies' Desmond Bane, Milwaukee Bucks' Grayson Allen as well as Miami Heat's Duncan Robinson, and Philadelphia the 76ers' Tyrese Maxey. Each player listed contributed to their team's success in the postseason.
While the NBA Playoffs continue, the second round of the Playoff Agenda will feature a set of new challenges for players to face. Similar to NBA 2K23's Playoff Agenda for the first round, players will take an opportunity to play a game in each series of playoffs in order to earn player moment cards.
The first round featured a total of eight cards, one for each round, and the next round will likely contain 4 cards. If 2K Games follows the same format as the agenda group, players could be expecting two additional Dark Matter units along with two more Galaxy Opal units.
The Takeoff Series released a fourth edition with 99-overall Dark Matter Draymond Green, an 98-overall Galaxy Opal Dino Radja, 96-overall Pink Diamond Luka Doncic, and 94-overall Diamond Michael Cooper 2K23 MT. Anyone who has multiples of any unit can swap them out for an Hall Of Fame Quick First Step Badge but will have until May 10 when the series pack can be purchased.