The past few years, 2K has included ad products unrelated to the NBA as well as received an outpouring of criticism due to its inability to skip ads in NBA 2K20 and its exploitation-based behavior 2K23 MT. People who have enjoyed the game may not be impressed by the fresh State of the Farm insurance advertising however.
The franchise is famous for its various microtransactions that include random loot boxes. NBA 2K23 is said to contain more advertisements than ever before however, some missions also require players to complete milestones in genuine brand companies.
It is believed that the NBA 2K franchise grew its popularity by once centering its content on providing a premium basketball experience for the fans. Unfortunately, 2K Sports has inundated every game in the series with more and more ads. While advertisements can affect the overall experience, they're considered optional. Players looking for fresh sports experiences can come back to 2K's annual series for NBA 2k23.
NBA 2K Gave Away A 24K Gold PS5 That Had A Value of More Than $10K
In a tweet to promote its new game NBA 2K23, the NBA 2K Twitter account gave away a 24K gold PlayStation 5 that is valued at over $10000. In a tweet promoting the game's launch it was revealed that the NBA 2K Twitter account gave its players a gold 24K PS5 that's worth more than $10k.
The tweet was shared on the same day that the new installment in the NBA video game series, NBA 2K23, was released. NBA 2K was originally developed by Sega Sports in 1999 with annual installments until 2004. After its purchase and the creation of 2K Sports, annual releases were continued under its new publisher Buy NBA 2K Coins. The 23nd installment of the famous basketball video game features Luka Don?i? from the Dallas Mavericks on its cover.