NBA 2K23 Park Matchmaking Location

Struggling to find the NBA 2K23 park matchmaking location? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. We are going to show you where the matchmaking hub is in NBA 2K23 and how to access it, as well as how the whole system works. And, if you’re a new player, we’ll also show you how to get to My Park in the first place. So, let’s not delay any further and jump in.

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nba 2k23 park matchmaking location
NBA 2K23 Park Matchmaking Location

NBA 2K23 Park Matchmaking Location

The location of matchmaking in the NBA 2K23 Park is actually the Theater. We’ll show you where that is in the City in the screenshots below. It’s immediately to the west of the Gatorade Gym. Yeah, they really hid it this time around, didn’t they? So, here’s how the system works. At the front of the theater, you’ll see four posters that advertise the multiplayer events happening at the moment. Then, you go into the theater, and you’ll find yourself in the lobby. All you have to do is go to the theater or auditorium that is hosting the event you want to participate in. And that’s basically all there is to it. The events should change every Friday morning Pacific Time.

How to Enter My Park in NBA 2K23

Now we know where to find the location of the matchmaking central in the NBA 2K23 Park, but how do you actually enter My Park? If you’re a brand new player, or haven’t really participated in the multiplayer before, you might be at a disadvantage here. Well, all you have to do is press the start button when you get into your career, and then select Neighborhood. From there, you’re free to explore the city and do all the activities therein. Or the G.O.A.T. Boat if you’re playing on last-gen. There’s a lot of stuff to do there. We have several guides on those specifically, including How to Fast Travel in The City and Where to Find Ronnie 2K in the City.

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