NBA 2K23 MVP Points, How to Use & Spend

If you want to know how to use and spend NBA 2K23 MVP Points, you’ve come to the right place. You are going to get a ton of these as you play the new NBA, and pretty soon, you’ll start to wonder what to do with them. Are they just for show? To make you feel good about your progress or something? Well, there is actually more of a point to them, as we’re about to explain.

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nba 2k23 mvp points how to use & spend
NBA 2K23 MVP Points, How to Use & Spend

How to Use & Spend MVP Points in NBA 2K23

There are probably several ways to use and spend MVP Points in NBA 2K23. One that we know about for certain is the MVP of the City quest. One of the steps you need to complete in this mission is to gather 800,000 MVP Points. The reward for finishing the whole thing is 5,000 VC and a bronze statue, which is definitely nothing to sneeze at. The rest of the steps are pretty simple; you can see the full list of them in the image above. As for any other uses, we aren’t aware of them just yet. Please, let us know in the comments if you’ve found something else to spend the MVP Points on. In NBA 2K22, you could use a million of them to purchase a penthouse apartment and a zip line that allowed you to travel across the city really quickly.

So, that’s basically all we know on how to use and spend NBA 2K23 MVP Points. Again, there may be more you can do with them, and we’ll be sure to update the guide when and if we have the information. Now, if you need to get more MVP Points for the above-discussed quest, you really just need to play the game. For example, winning a certain amount of games (aka the Career Wins quests) reward you with thousands of MVP Points. Another good way to farm them is to get endorsements, each of which rewards you with three thousand Points. Once more, just play the game, and you’ll soon be wading through MVP Points up to your nose.

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