NBA 2K23: All Changes In My Team [Explained]

In This Guide We List All The Changes That Have Been Implemented In The All New NBA 2K23

NBA 2K23 has changed its most popular game mode, My Team. In our guide on NBA 2K23 My Team Changes, we will list every change implemented in the new NBA 2K23 My Team game mode.

Key Takeaways
  • NBA 2K23 introduces significant changes to the “My Team” game mode, similar to FIFA’s “Ultimate Team,” allowing players to create rosters without team restrictions.
  • The “Contracts” feature has been removed based on community demand, enabling the use of permanent player cards without contracts.
  • A new feature, “Triple Threat Online Co-Op,” allows players to compete against others.
  • The “Player Lock” feature is introduced, letting players lock onto a player for the entire match.
  • “Unlimited Mode” is redesigned with added Prestige Ranks and Leaderboards.
  • The “Unlimited Tournament” returns with a $250,000 prize pool; entry requires reaching Emerald Rank.
  • “Clutch Time” is added based on NBA player preferences.
  • A trial period for choosing starter cards is introduced to address player difficulties.
  • “Trophy Case Rewards” can be earned by completing 15 event cards representing key moments

All Changes Implemented In NBA 2K23 My Team

Now, under this section of our guide, we will be listing all the changes that have been made to the new NBA My Team game mode. Also, we would like you to acknowledge that the NBA 2K23 My Team is getting some major changes, and all of them are good for the NBA 2K community. Now without further due, let us get started on the list.

Contracts

It is our pleasure to break the news to the NBA 2K community that the contracts for players have been finally removed because so many people recommend it to happen. Now, your permanent player cards can be used in My Team without you having to fill out their contracts. And we will also like to inform you that no other kind of mechanism will be replacing the contracts in the new NBA game.

Triple Threat Online Co-Op

Triple Threat Online Co-Op
The New Triple Threat Online Co-Op In NBA 2K23

Next, the NBA 2K23 now also features a Triple Threat Online Co-Op which is a first for the franchise. Essentially, it is a game mode that will allow you to compete against and with your friends. 

The developers have also stated that the game mode will further have different modes like the Party mode, Co-Op mode, and Competitive mode. Also, we would like to make it clear that, unfortunately, this game mode is not available on Nintendo Switch, as the developers have reported.

Player Lock

Finally, at last, players can choose the option of player locking anybody in their lineup in NBA 2K23. This feature can now also be utilized in any of the My Team game modes, and it lasts for a whole My Team match. Furthermore, the player locking feature is especially effective for managing a specific player or enhancing a certain player during a match, or if you just like a position and want to play there all the time.

Redesigned Unlimited

Unlimited Leaderboard
The Unlimited Leaderboard In NBA 2K23

Yes, in NBA 2K23, the Unlimited mode has been redesigned to where they have now introduced New Prestige Tiers and leaderboards. The Prestige Tier revolves around Season Points which are earned in every match, but the amount varies according to different factors. Also, Unlimited now has a leaderboard through which you can keep track of your rank in the game, and a special icon is reserved for the Top 10.

Unlimited Tournament

Unlimited
The Unlimited Tiers In NBA 2K23

We are very excited to inform you that the new NBA 2K23 will be featuring a $250,000 My Team Unlimited Tournament, which was a thing in the old NBA games. The old NBA game fans will appreciate it as it will be nostalgic for them. 

Also, the finalists of the tournament will be competing for $250,000, among which $50,000 is for the Console Champions and $200,000 is for the Grand Champions.

Clutch Time

In NBA 2K22, Clutch Time was first introduced as a single-player arcade mode where a four-point line was placed for better clutch moments in the game. The game mode was a hit with the 2K22 community, and that is a major reason why the developers have made it an official launch feature of the new NBA 2K23.

Strater Card Trial 

Starter Cards
The Three Available Starter Cards In NBA 2K23 My Team

First of all, maybe one of the most exciting parts of My Team is getting to pick your starter cards, and as you might know that the first problem an average player faces is which among these cards he should pick.

Well, we are here to tell you that this is not a problem anymore as the new NBA 2K23 features a Trial Period for the starter cards, during which you are able to play with all the cards to determine the best for you amongst them. 

Trophy Case Awards

Well, there are multiple ways in the new NBA 2K23 My Team through which you can earn multiple rewards, and one of the new additions is the Trophy Case Awards. In this section, there will be 15 event cards available for each of the NBA franchises, and these cards will show some of the key moments in the team’s history. 

Exhibitions

It is another way to earn rewards, but this time, sending a player card outside of your 13-player lineup will help you receive an amazing reward. The exhibitions provide a very good passive method to earn game-changing rewards.

With this, our list is complete, and we bring it to an end. In our guide on the NBA 2K23 My Team Changes, we listed every change that was being implemented in the new NBA 2K23. However, if you feel like we missed something in the list, then please do let us know through the section down below.

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Irfan Ansari is a Senior Editor and Guides Writer on eXputer. He has seven years of Video Game Journalism experience and has been gaming for more than 22 years. Over his editorial career, he has gained experience at multiple sites, including TheGamer and VeryAli Gaming. Irfan has also earned a degree in Writing and Editing from the University of Michigan. Learn some more about Irfan's gaming journey on his Steam, PSN, and Xbox profiles.

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