There are two editions available for NBA 2K23 to choose from that include the Standard Edition and the 75th Anniversary Edition NBA MT Coins. Standard costs $59.99 and $69.99 on the current generation and last-gen, respectively, and the 75th anniversary edition is priced at $99.99 with games for the two console generations and 100,000 VC, as well as several MyTEAM-related perks.
But it's worth noting that none of these editions (or regardless of the version that's current or the latest) modify the badges offered, so players will receive all of the 20 final badges below, regardless of the edition they buy.
The badge system assists gamers design their NBA 2K23 MyPlayer after the biggest stars within the NBA. The Superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo has more than 57 badges, which includes 18 finishing badges. Meanwhile, the reigning MVP Nikola Jokic has 46 total badges. This includes 14 finishing badges. These numbers go a long way toward making players stand out from one another.
In NBA 2K23, the cost for unlocking every badge level depends what badge you are using. Bronze badges cost one badge point, silver badges may cost 2 or 3 points, gold badges may cost 3 to 5 points, while hall of Fame badges will cost 5 or 6 badge points. Below is the complete list of badges for finishing, as well as the consequences they bring.
Acrobat - Half-spin, spin, European-step hop cradle, reverse and switch shot layups gain a significant boost. Additionally, the ability to defeat defenders using these gatherings is enhanced. Backdown Punisher Buy NBA 2K23 MT: Allows players have more success than normal in bringing down defenders inside the paint.