It seems that in the next few days, the large-scale Decades Super Pack will be released for NBA 2K20 MyTeam.

Early Saturday morning, the popular YouTuber 6th Man Sam shared a link that caused him to play an undisclosed NBA 2K20 MT video on the official NBA 2K YouTube channel. The trailer reveals a new specific ten-year pack that will feature "old school" (before 1999) of the following age groups, players from the 2000s and 2010s. These packages can also be obtained by purchasing NBA 2K20 MT on GameMS at a moderate price.

This series seems to include the best Galaxy Opal player of the era. These cards are not new. Instead, they are the previously redistributed versions. For example, the Galaxy Opal LeBron James is from the recent "lost" series. The Michael Jordan card is from the All-Star Flash series, Derrick Rose is from the Leap Year series released in February, and so on.

The purpose of deleting content is to provide users with an opportunity to grab the cards they may have missed in the current issuance cycle. This is also a great way to earn a lot of revenue from micro-transactions for gamers willing to spend real money on virtual currency to buy packages. By playing other modes in the game (such as MyCareer, online games, MyGM and MyLeague), game players can also exchange for gift packs, but it takes a lot of time and energy. More players will choose to buy 2K20 MT on GameMS in exchange. It is unclear when the Decade Super Pack will be released. It could be Saturday afternoon at the earliest, or sometime next week.