Fans unhappy with NBA 2K23 MyTeam trailer: Here is why

NBA 2K23 will be released on September 9th.
NBA 2K23 will be released on September 9th.

There are days left before the much-anticipated release of NBA 2K23 on September 9th. NBA 2K23 will have multiple tributes to Michael Jordan and his #23 jersey in the form of game challenges, game modes and even a specific edition of the game.

The latest installment of NBA 2K is available for pre-orders and a plethora of information about the game itself has been released. These announcements include information about gameplay enhancements, new features and other new challenges and game modes.

In particular, the MyTeam mode has undergone several changes, with contracts being removed and the return of the $250,000 MyTEAM Unlimited tournament. The recent MyTeam trailer received a host of angry responses from fans. In this article, we look at the reasons.

Why are fans unhappy with NBA 2K23 MyTeam trailer?

One of the primary reasons the MyTeam trailer has been criticized is its lack of actual gameplay. The trailer has been released to share information about the changes in NBA 2K23’s MyTeam mode. However, as there were not many snippets of actual gameplay, fans have been left frustrated.

Furthermore, gamers have also asked for multiple new features. The game has announced several changes that increase realism and gameplay enhancements. However, some of the changes that gamers want have not been added. The missing changes include the cross-play feature and a lack of realism with respect to player skills.

One fan complained that Giannis Antetokounmpo and Shaquille O’Neal could consistently make 3-pointers in the game. Of course, these players are poor 3-point shooters.

Others claimed that exceptional shooters such as Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry need upgrades to their jump shots. While these complaints are serious, the trailer's lack of gameplay is the primary concern for 2K23 fans.

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Edited by Chad Marriott