NBA 2K22 Unlock Spawn Location - Fast Travel

If you’re wondering how to unlock NBA 2K22 fast travel spawn locations, then you’re in the right place. Getting access to the spawn points is a pretty smart thing to do, because it will help you travel around town much faster than normal. The problem is that you’ll have to work for it, and hard. So, without further ado, let’s begin.

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NBA 2K22 Unlock Spawn Location – Fast Travel

How to Unlock NBA 2K22 Fast Travel Spawn Location

To unlock the fast travel spawn locations in NBA 2K22, the first step is to go to the NBA Store near the center of town. It’s to the right and down from the big glowing building in the very center of the map. Don’t go into the store, but look at the alley to the right of the store. There, you’ll find a guy called ATM who will give you a quest you need to complete. After you do, and walk around for a little while, you should get another quest from him called “Unlock Spawn Location.” Long story short, just do quests for ATM until you get this mission.

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Now, all you have to do is travel around the city for 26.2 miles. If you track the quest, you’ll see how long you’ve traveled. This seems easy enough, right? Well, it isn’t. You have to travel for 26.2 miles on foot. No using the bike or skateboard or anything like that. To unlock the NBA 2K22 fast travel spawn locations, you have to run the distance of a marathon with no ways to speed it up. It will take you about, say, an hour and a half real-time to do this. If that sounds like a drag, keep in mind that the world record of running a marathon is two hours, so count your blessings.

Once you do unlock the spawn points, there are several places around the map you can instantly teleport to. These include the court of your city affiliation, the Pro Am arena, the Rec Center, the shopping area, Brickley’s gym, near the runway, and the Gatorade gym. In the long run, this will save you a lot of time.

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