NBA 2K23 Xbox

You know that summer is coming to a close when the sports games all start getting released. Sandwiched in-between Madden NFL 23 and FIFA 23 is another hugely popular sports title, but this one isn’t from EA Sports. NBA 2K23 is out today on Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC.

NBA 2K23 once again comes with all the features the basketball community have expected. Forge yourself as one of the all-time greats in MyCAREER, build your own team from past and present stars in MyTEAM or take the reins behind the scenes in MyNBA. This is your basketball game with your way to play.

The City once again returns, but depending on the platform you are playing on, can vary wildly. On Xbox Series X|S it is just that, a brand-new city to explore. On Xbox One however, The City is on the seas as a cruise ship. Both still promise the most expansive online basketball world yet.

If that information leaves you with a decision to make as to which version to buy, hold on, because there are more. The Xbox One version of NBA 2K23 is on the Xbox Store priced at £59.99. The Xbox Series X|S version is slightly more expensive at £69.99.Both of these are available together in the Digital Deluxe Edition, priced at £74.99. This comes with a whole load of extras including:

  • 10,000 MyTEAM Points
  • 10 MyTEAM Tokens
  • Sapphire Devin Booker and Ruby Michael Jordan MyTEAM Cards
  • 23 MyTEAM Promo Packs (Receive 10 at launch plus an Amethyst topper pack, then 2 per week for 6 weeks)
  • Free Agent Option MyTEAM Pack
  • Diamond Jordan Shoe MyTEAM card
  • Ruby Coach Card MyTEAM Pack
  • 10 Boosts for each MyCAREER Skill Boost type
  • 10 Boosts for each Gatorade Boost type
  • 4 Cover Athlete T-Shirts for your MyPLAYER
  • MyPLAYER backpack and arm sleeve
  • Custom-design skateboard for MyPLAYER
  • One 2-Hr Double XP Coin

Then finally there is the Michael Jordan Edition for £89.99. This comes with all the above in the Digital Deluxe Edition plus 100,000 Virtual Currency to spend in-game.

The question is now, which version will you be picking up? Let us know in the comments below.

Game description

Rise to the occasion and realize your full potential in NBA 2K23. Prove yourself against the best players in the world and showcase your talent in MyCAREER or The W. Pair today’s All-Stars with timeless legends in MyTEAM. Build a dynasty of your own as a GM, or lead the league in a new direction as the Commissioner in MyNBA. Take on NBA or WNBA teams in PLAY NOW and experience true-to-life gameplay. How will you Answer The Call? THE GAME HAS CHANGED The next evolution of ultra-real gameplay has arrived on New Gen with NBA 2K23. New ways to attack off the dribble and at the rim are matched against an intuitive 1-on-1 positional shading system to unlock even more control on both ends of the floor in the most authentic basketball experience yet. IT STARTS IN THE CITY The City is yours for the taking in the most immersive MyCAREER journey to date. Hone your game, build your brand, and decide how you write your story on and off the court. Choose your crew and take on the best MyPLAYERs inside an all-new City, primed with breathtaking views, arenas, and courts ready for you to call next. JORDAN CHALLENGE RETURNS Step back in time with era-specific visuals that captured Michael Jordan’s ascension from collegiate sensation to global icon with immersive Jordan Challenges chronicling his career-defining dominance. Lace up his shoes to recreate his otherworldly stat lines and iconic last shots, while listening to first-hand accounts from those who witnessed his maturation from budding star to basketball legend. BUILD YOUR SQUAD Ball without limits as you collect and assemble a bevy of legendary talent from any era in MyTEAM. Dominate the hardwood each Season, and bring your vision to life with a broad set of customization tools to create the perfect look for your perfect starting five.

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