Release date for NBA 2K23 confirmed; Michael Jordan cover unveiled

NBA Unveils Their #NBA2K23 Cover Athlete Michael Jordan Michael Jordan Edition Championship Edition

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Michael Jordan, who is regarded as one of the best players in history, was named to 11 All-NBA teams, garnered 6 NBA titles, 5 MVP awards, 6 Finals MVP awards, and made 5 MVP appearances.

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The costs for NBA 2K22's Standard Edition were as follows: - – Nintendo Switch, $59.99 – Steam, $59.99 – PS4 / Xbox One, $59.99 – PS5 / Xbox Series X|S, $69.99

NBA 2K22 had a special edition as well.- Nintendo Switch, $99.99Steam, $99.99PS4 / Xbox One, $99.99PS5 / Xbox Series X|S, $99.99

Jordan has now graced the game's cover four times, previously done so in NBA 2K11, NBA 2K12, and NBA 2K16.

The great Michael Jordan will grace the covers of NBA 2K23's "Michael Jordan Edition" and "Championship Edition," according to 2K Sports.

The cover of the special editions of NBA 2K23 will feature Michael Jordan, as seen here during the 1998 NBA Finals.

During a game on January 18 in Chicago, Jordan and Dennis Rodman double-team Rockets star Charles Barkley.

During the Bulls' victory, Jordan and Barkley get into a furious argument.

During a game against the Lakers on February 1 in Los Angeles, Jordan drives to the basket against Shaquille O'Neal.

During a Feb. 21 game in Washington against the Wizards, Jordan drives to the basket.

Jordan during a March 1 game in Chicago against the Heat.

Jordan during a March 1 game in Chicago against the Heat.

Jordan set a record by winning his 10th scoring title and fifth MVP award of his career while averaging 28.7 points per game.

In a tough seven-game series that neither club won by more than nine points, Chicago outlasted Indiana.

In a rematch of the NBA Finals from the previous year, Jordan and the Bulls took on Jeff Hornacek and the Jazz.

Jordan took the ball up court without using a timeout, manipulated the clock a little, drove, and crossed up.

Jordan took the ball up court without using a timeout, manipulated the clock a little, drove, and crossed up.

There is no disputing the fact that Jordan's game-winning shot is a timeless image.

After defeating the Jazz in Game 6, Jordan and Jackson raise a glass in celebration.