It’s 2K basketball season, folks, and by now, players are quite familiar with Virtual Currency (VC) that essentially runs the NBA 2K landscape. So with another installment of the franchise arriving, said currency unsurprisingly makes its return to be used on MyTeam packs as well as upgrades across various game modes. Of course, VC requires real-world money to purchase, so we’re here once again to break down all VC prices and microtransactions in NBA 2K23.
VC Prices Guide for NBA 2K23
This time around, players once again have the option to purchase six different VC bundles in NBA 2K23:
- 5,000 – $1.99
- 15,000 – $4.99
- 35,000 – $9.99
- 75,000 – $19.99
- 200,000 – $49.99
- 450,000 – $99.99
Other Ways to Get VC in NBA 2K23
Obviously if you’re comfortable spending your own money on in-game currency, don’t let anyone stand in the way. But for players looking to save, there are plenty of other ways to go about earning it. It will take a little bit of grinding some of the following, however:
- Completing Games on Higher Difficulties
- MyCareer Games
- MyNBA Games
- Daily Rewards
Suffice to say, if you’re actively playing NBA 2K then you’re going to be earning that all-important VC on a regular basis. So if and when more ways become available, we’ll be sure to update you. The biggest takeaway is that unless you feel comfortable potentially spending large sums of money, playing as often as you can is the best way to go about earning currency and the rewards it brings.
For the time being, though, that’s all we’ve got with regards to VC prices and microtransactions in NBA 2K23. Be sure to keep your eyes locked on Twinfinite in the coming days as more guides become available. Plus, do not forget to check out all of our coverage of 2K23, such as top rookie ratings and highest dunk ratings—just to name a couple—at the various links below.