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It feels like the better bits of the game
« on: December 21, 2018, 11:42:24 PM »
It's a simple way to ensure you earn at least 800 VC daily. If you're concerned about your games console being on all day, all you need to do is set it to enter sleep mode after being idle for two hours. The simulation doesn't take that long to finish.

If you are home, but just can't get on the sticks in the time, it is possible to potentially sim through a number of games making 400 VC every moment. If you complete an total MyLeague season using this strategy, you will earn yourself 24,600 VC.

If you're whining about VC and do not have the FREE MyNBA 2K19 application on your phone, you are just like a hungry man in a water fountain that refuses to push the small button to have a beverage.

The application practically gives you VC for simply logging on. There are forecast games based on the actual NBA MT Coins that you are able to play too, and people take more VC earning options. It's possible to earn up to 1,000 VC every day.

Last year's game featured 38 episodes of 2KTV. Each of these episodes gives gamers a chance to make VC for answering questions and participating in polls. You can generally earn near 400 VC from the show, and it's pretty enlightening overall.

The series runs after a week. If you used all three of those strategies in concert, you can realistically make 13,000 VC per week without playing a single game. That is not even counting everything you can make from picking up the controller and actually playing some of those VC-earning modes.

NBA 2K19 might play brightly, but its own off-the-court issues get in the way of its own success. The game provides a huge simulation of the sport, with dazzling demonstration to match and a renewed attention on the inner-city roots that many NBA athletes discuss. Then developer Visual Concepts requires this otherwise stellar game on a detour toward microtransactions.

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