NBA 2K23 has seen sweeping gameplay changes made to shooting finishing, dribbling and defense. The changes to finishing in particular involve dunking 2K MT. The timer now determines the success of aggressive dunking and alley-oops. There are 20 complete finishing badges, of which 5 come with brand-new badges.
There are two editions that you can purchase of NBA 2K23 to choose from which are the Standard Edition and the 75th Anniversary Edition. Standard is priced at $59.99 and $69.99 on current and last generation consoles as well as the 75th Anniversary Edition costs at $99.99 that includes the game for both console generations, as well as 100,000 VC and a number of MyTEAM benefits.
But it's worth noting that neither of these editions (or regardless of whether they're current or last-gen) modify the badges offered, so gamers will still get all of the 20 final badges listed below , regardless of which version they purchase.
The badge system assists gamers build the appearance of their NBA 2K23 MyPlayer on the biggest players that play in the NBA. Superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo has more than 57 badges, which includes 18 finishing badges. the current MVP Nikola Jokic has 46 total badges. 14 of them are finishing badges. These combinations go far in making players different from each other.
In NBA 2K23 the cost for unlocking each tier of a badge varies depending on the badge. Bronze badges usually cost 1 badge point, while badges made of silver can cost between 2 and 3 points, gold badges might cost anywhere from 3 to 5 points, and hall of fame badges may cost up to 6 or 5 badge points. Here is the complete list of finishing badges Buy NBA 2K23 MT, and what their effects are.