NBA 2K22 Unlock Penthouse & Zipline with MVP Points

Some players are wondering how to unlock the penthouse and zipline in NBA 2K22 with MVP points, as well as what are MVP Points and what to the MVP points do in NBA 2K22. Well, that’s exactly what we’ll be covering in this guide. The system is pretty simple once you figure it out. However, if you’re new to the concept, you might have some trouble with it. So, let’s dive right in!

nba 2k22 unlock penthouse & zipline with mvp points
NBA 2K22 Unlock Penthouse & Zipline with MVP Points

What are MVP Points in NBA 2K22

MVP points in NBA 2K22 are a special kind of point that you get for doing pretty much anything in the game. If you’re wondering what do MVP points do in NBA 2K22, well, among other things, they unlock the penthouse and zipline. Of course, you need to collect a lot of MVP points to become the City MVP and earn those privileges, so how do you get those points? Do basically anything. For example, you can do City quests and City MVP quests, as well as side and daily quests. You can also win NBA and City games, compete in playoffs, do runways and interviews and Race of the Week, get rookie of the year or MVP of the season, the list goes on. Highlight any quest or activity, and it’ll show you how many MVP points you’ll get from it. You just have to get enough, which brings me to our next point.

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How to Unlock Penthouse & Zipline in NBA 2K22

To unlock the penthouse and zipline in NBA 2K22, you have to earn a nice, round one million MVP points. You can use any method that we’ve described above to do so; complete City quests and City MVP quests, compete in playoffs, get the MVP of the season, rookie of the year, etc. Once you manage to reach one million, you get a penthouse apartment in Parkside Lofts. When you get to the door of the building, you have five options to choose from. The first one lets you enter your penthouse. The other four, aka the names of the different city affiliations, automatically takes you to the zipline, which you then take down to the area of the city belonging to the affiliation you chose. It’s essentially a type of fast travel, kind of.

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