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NBA 2K19: How to Change Animations

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NBA 2K19: How to Change Animations

How to Change Animations in NBA 2K19

NBA 2K19 brings the usual updated rosters and on-the-court teaks and improvements that fans expect from a new entry in 2K’s long-running basketball series. While last year’s entry in the series added The Neighborhood open world social space for players to check out as their own MyPlayer, NBA 2K19 makes some minor improvements to this, rather than completely overhauling it entirely. One of the neat new ways you can customize your MyPlayer in NBA 2K19, however, is to go ahead and change animations for shots, dribbling, and a bunch of other stuff. Here’s what you need to know to change animations in NBA 2K19.

First and foremost, it’s worth noting that if you want to change animations in NBA 2K19, or your Neighborhood emotes for that matter, you’re going to need to buy some first with VC (unless you’ve already got some).

Once you’ve got your animations all purchased, you’ll then need to head into your MyPlayer menu from the Navigation screen. From here, you’re going into the MyPlayer Customization screen and select the My Animations tab. Here, you’ll be able to see all of the different animations and emotes you have unlocked or purchased in NBA 2K19. Here, you can change animations for jump shot, dribble, dunk, layup, and your Neighborhood emotes for interacting with other players in the social space, too.

To change animations, simply select whichever one you want to change out, and choose whichever of your newly-purchased animations you want to replace it with in the game. Once you’ve done this, you’re all good to go.

If you’re then wanting to change more animations in 2K19, it’s a simple case of rinse-repeating this process. Just make sure you’ve got the animations you want to use all purchased with your VC first.

That’s all you need to know to change animations in NBA 2K19. For more tips, tricks, and information on the game, be sure to check out our wiki.

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