NBA 2K22: All VC Prices (Microtransactions)

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VC or Virtual Currency is the in-game moola that makes everything tick in NBA games, and unsurprisingly it makes its return for this year’s edition. This is the premium currency that costs real-world money to purchase, used for MyTeam packs and various MyPlayer and MyCareer upgrades. So here’s a list of all VC prices in NBA 2K22 if you’re thinking about shelling out.

All VC Prices in NBA 2K22

VC comes in a bunch of different bundles, which are as follows:

  • 5000 – $1.99
  • 15,000 – $4.99
  • 35,000 – $9.99
  • 75,000 – $19.99
  • 200,000 – $49.99
  • 450,000 – $99.99

Ways to Get VC Fast & Easy

While opening your wallet is obviously the quickest way to get VC, it isn’t actually the only option, especially with those prices. There are a bunch of ways to earn it organically within the game, which we’ve listed below.

  • Playing Games in MyCareer
  • Increase the Difficulty Settings (and then playing games)
  • Complete MyNBA Games
  • Play Pro Am Games
  • Ante Up Courts
  • Complete City Quests
  • Daily Rewards

You’re always guaranteed a decent amount of VC for every game you play, and playing games on higher difficulties also increases those rewards. Further, you can actually go to your affiliation’s statue in The City for a daily reward.

Finally, if you’re a betting person then Ante Up offers you the chance to put VC on the line in a showdown versus other players. It’s obviously a high-risk/reward option that could either go very well or very poorly depending on your performance.

That does it for this list of all VC prices in NBA 2K22. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite.

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Alex Gibson

Alex was a Senior Editor at Twinfinite and worked on the site between January 2017 and March 2023. He covered the ins and outs of Valorant extensively, and frequently provided expert insight into the esports scene and wider video games industry. He was a self-proclaimed history & meteorological expert, and knew about games too. Playing Games Since: 1991, Favorite Genres: RPG, Action