NBA 2K23 VC Prices Explained

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NBA 2K23 was released on Sept. 9, 2022, around the world, and with the release of the game, gamers are trying to find different ways to customize their player. One way to shake up the game is with virtual currency.

Virtual currency is a necessity in NBA 2K23 unless you do not plan to play MyTeam or other online modes. The currency is not that hard to come by, with players being able to earn it in-game or purchase it in the store

NBA 2K23 VC Prices

5,000 VC - $1.99
15,000 VC - $4.99
35,000 VC - $9.99
75,000 VC - $19.99
200,000 VC - $49.99
450,000 VC - $99.99

You can purchase your VC in the game itself or in the game store on whatever console you are playing on. VC can also be purchased at any store you buy your games at like GameStop or Target. This VC can help players earn different packs in game

For all those who preordered 2K23, you are in luck, as preordering the game rewarded players with 35,000 VC when purchased with a Amex Card.

Virtual credit can be used to help secure player packs in game. Some packs will give you different clothing items and other fun items that can allow you to customize your player to the max. Here are a list of a few of the brands that are being included in clothing items:

Canadian Goose Artic Program
Mitchell & Ness
New Balance
New Era

You can find a complete list of different brands collaborating with NBA 2k23 on our site.

If you do not want to buy virtual credit on top of the money spent to secure the game, you are in luck. Players will earn VC just by playing the game. It will be earned at a much slower pace, but that still doesn't mean you can't earn some rewards along the way.

Other ways to earn VC involve completing the daily rewards, completing quickplay and opening up locker codes that 2K will release sporadically throughout the season. 2K23 has a lot of different ways to customize your character, and whether you buy VC or earn it in game, you will want to make sure you have enough to unlock different items throughout your time playing.