MyTeam mode lets players create their own dream teams through a whole card collection mechanic. But how do you get your hands on specific cards that you can’t seem to find? Great question. That’s where the Auction House comes into play. Here’s how to unlock the Auction House in NBA 2K21.
How to Unlock MyTeam Auction House in NBA 2K21
MyTeam has added new challenges known as Agendas this year. Lifetime Agendas are essentially tasks that players can complete at any point in time to obtain special rewards. The Auction House is a Lifetime Agenda reward this year.
Select View Season Progress from the MyTeam Home tab. From there, go to Lifetime Agendas, then MyTeam Fanatic to view NBA 2K21’s Auction House challenge. The menu is unnecessarily complicated, but you’ll get to the right place eventually.
To unlock the Auction House in NBA 2K21, you’ll need to complete the Season Agenda that asks you to collect 30 cards.
Collecting 30 cards is much easier than it sounds, and it’ll happen almost instantly if you bought the Legend Edition of the game that comes with free card packs.
You collect cards by spending VC or MT (virtual currency) to open packs in the Pack Market, or you can get them as rewards for playing games in any single player or multiplayer MyTeam mode. This includes Domination, Triple-Threat, and Challenge mode.
After you’ve collected the necessary amount of cards, simply return to the Season Progress screen to claim your reward and gain access to the Auction House. You’ll be bidding and auctioning off cards in no time, and that’s all there is to it.
That’s everything you need to know about how to unlock the MyTeam Auction House in NBA 2K21. Check out our Guide Wiki if you’re looking for more NBA 2K21 tips.
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