2K sets out to release some new NBA 2K17 locker codes, but with a catch.
NBA 2K17 Locker Codes Promo
On October 28, @Ronnie2K, the spokesperson for NBA 2K, started a promo wherein they would be giving away limited free agent locker codes for NBA 2K17. However, there’s a catch. To get these codes, fans will have to tweet at the players and “harass” them to have 2K Sports release the codes.
Them meaning the player who achieved a moment. Feel free to harass Harden, Davis, MKG, etc. for #LockerCodes of last night's card
— Ronnie 2K 2K17 (@Ronnie2K) October 27, 2016
The player involved in this promo are the following:
- James Harden of the Houston Rockets
- Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans
- DeMar DeRozan of the Toronto Raptors
- Michael Kidd-Gilchrist of the Charlotte Hornets
- Myles Turner of the Indiana Pacers
- Jordan Clarkson of the Los Angeles Lakers
- Justin Hamilton of the Brooklyn Nets
- Joe Harris of the Brooklyn Nets
Among all these players, the only one to have tweeted out a code so far has been Myles Turner with the code “MILES-QO607-7KH07-80M5P-A10JD.”
Sorry everyone I was watching Workaholics lol here's the code MILES-QO607-7KH07-80M5P-A10JD and @Ronnie2K it's *Myles!
— Myles Turner (@Original_Turner) October 28, 2016
For those unaware, an NBA 2K17 Locker Code is basically an in-game code that you can redeem to get Virtual Currency and a free item for your MyPlayer in NBA 2K17. In particular, the codes that Myles gave out as well as the codes the other players should be giving out will reward your MyPlayer account with a free agent Moment Card for that player.
The cards have been confirmed to not be timed and can be redeemed at any point for free. However, a free agent Moment Card can only be used for a number of games.
We’ll be sure to update our readers with all the other codes once the other players have tweeted them out.
NBA 2K17 is currently out for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC. It’s gotten very good critical feedback from review sites across all platforms, but has received generally more mixed feedback from user ratings.