How to Change Affiliation in NBA 2K23

If you don’t know how to change your affiliation in NBA 2K23, you’ve come to the right place. The system is actually pretty easy, once you know what you have to do. On top of that, we are also going to tell you more about how the system works, and a few other things that you should be aware of.

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how to change affiliation in nba 2k23
How to Change Affiliation in NBA 2K23

How to Change Affiliations in NBA 2K23

To change your affiliation in NBA 2K23, you just have to go through a couple of simple steps. The first one is to go to the stronghold of any other group other than your own. So, if you’re a Viper, go to either the Knights, Beasts or Wildcats. You can use the subway to get there faster. Again, any of them will do. Once you get there, look for the “Transfer Here” sign. They are usually near the subway entrance, so taking the fast travel option works best for this reason, too. Anyways, approach the sign and interact with it (X on PlayStation, A on Xbox). From there, you’ll be able to select between the three factions that you can join.

So, yeah, that’s how you change or switch your affiliation in NBA 2K23. Two more things that we have to mention before we wrap up. One, there’s nothing you can do to affect which affiliation at the beginning; that’s entirely random. Nothing you do in the beginning of the game is going to have any effect on which house the game puts you in. So, don’t worry too much about that. Second, there’s a good chance that you’ll only be able to change your affiliation only at the first week of each season. After that, you’re locked in for the next six weeks. So, you know, choose wisely. If you need more help with NBA 2K23, check out some of our other guides, like How to Change Camera Angle in College and Where to Find Ronnie 2K in the City.

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