It is the NBA 2K series is known for its ability to let fans build their own basketball stars through MyCareer mode NBA 2K Coins. This starts them off from the bottom as amateurs and allows them to work their way to the top in the NBA by completing missions and quests.
Returning to NBA 2k23: MyCareer mode lets players explore an online hub , where they can carry their unique character through a basketball journey through an open-world city and become the next NBA star.
As part of the adventure players can also visit stores and customize their avatars, which, like each previous NBA 2K title is riddled with microtransactions. As the most desirable cosmetics can only be purchased.
According to Kotaku the players have begun to stumble across the game’s product advertisements for State Farm insurance. The storefront of NBA 2K23 in The City has received an entirely new area dedicated exclusively to State Farm and one particular quest on MyCareer will see the player assigned to talk to Jake, the mascot of the insurance firm. Jake.
A frequent guest in commercials before, Jake from State Farm has returned with an NBA 2K23 cameo. Fully motioned captured by the actor who played the original character, Jake is welcoming players to the neighborhood with a State Farm uniform that he is known as “drip”.
Additionally it is worth noting that the State Farm store also offers greater selection of cosmetics from brands priced from 15,000 VC that cost PS3.99/$4.99 in real money. While finding the whole area nothing short of absurd Cheap 2K23 MT, some fans have made use of social media platforms to attack 2k over its brutally forced advertising.