NBA 2K20, the next game in the yearly basketball series, is out now. Alongside all the modes and gameplay updates you’d expect, you can now play as the WNBA teams. So that you can unlock everything you want in the game, here’s everything you need to know about all the VC prices (microtransactions) in NBA 2K20.
While there’s been some controversy surrounding the NBA 2K series’ microtransactions over the last few years, especially with how hard they are being pushed on players, VC is very important in the game.
You’re able to earn it organically in-game by playing and completing things, but buying it with real-world money is the quickest way to get as much VC as you need.
It stands for Virtual Currency, if you weren’t already aware, and it’s used in pretty much every one of NBA 2K20’s modes.
It can be spent on things like MyPlayer attributes, vanity items like clothes and shoes, animations for your characters, and of course packs for MyTeam (NBA 2K20’s version of Ultimate Team).
Below you’ll find a table of all the Virtual Currency (microtransactions) bundles that you can buy on all platforms, as well as the prices for each one.
All VC Prices (Microtransactions) in NBA 2K20
Once you’ve decided which pack you want to purchase, you can head back to NBA 2K20 and purchase whatever you want. As you can see from the VC prices table, too, you get a better deal if you buy more at once.
While I wouldn’t recommend spending too much money on the game, it’s a better deal to buy one of the larger Virtual Currency packs than it is to repeatedly buy the smaller ones.
That’s everything you need to know about all the VC prices (microtransactions) in NBA 2K20. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to check out our wiki guide. We have also included some other helpful guides down below.