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How to Find the File Location for NBA 2K23

Finding the file location for NBA 2K23 on your PC is essential for multiple things.

You can backup, mod, or add necessary files to NBA 2K23 if the game has issues.

To backup the game, you can download the saved files.

The folder contains your progress and other data in NBA 2K23.

By backing up the game, you can restore it to a previous state if anything goes wrong.

Some Steam games have a myriad of mods that you can install.

Before you install a mod to the game, it’s good practice to back up your game file before you add it.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to find the game folder, directory, or save file location for NBA 2K23 on Steam.

How to find the file location for NBA 2K23

NBA 2K23 file location

How to find the file location for NBA 2K23:

  1. Open the File Explorer.
  2. Select This PC > C: Drive > Program Files (x86).
  3. Open Steam > userdata > numbered folder (e.g. 1113942969).
  4. Open the NBA 2K23 numbered folder (e.g. 1919590) > remote.

NBA 2K23 is an online game, so you can’t save the “SaveGames” folder for it.

You can only view your user data, but you cannot edit it.

When you sign in to 2K23, your progress will be restored.

How to find the NBA 2K23 folder

NBA 2K23 folder

How to find the NBA 2K23 folder:

  1. Open the File Explorer.
  2. Select This PC > C: Drive > Users.
  3. Open your user folder > AppData > Roaming.
  4. Open 2K Sports > NBA 2K23.

Finding the NBA 2K23 folder requires you to open the “AppData” folder.

If you can’t see the “AppData” folder, select View > Show > Hidden items.

This will show all hidden items including the “AppData” folder.

The “NBA 2K23” folder contains files like your video settings.

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