Questionable practices are not a new topic when it comes to 2K, but banning players for correctly using a system the company put up in NBA 2K19 is next level. A player recently got a permanent ban using the auction house, no warning attached.
I really used to love 2k. Will never buy a game from them again more than likely. Make NBA 2k f20 at least. This and EA sports are the worst gambling mechanics to ever hit video games. It's disgusting
I can't believe 2K has stooped this low too. I remember I used to love Bioshock, Borderland, and especially Mafia II so much. Now they are nothing but a microtransactions company. They can die with EA (alongside the new devil Ubisoft) for all I care.
🙄 go from begging people to let them use microtransactions to banning people that aren't abusing the system
i lose audio when my player goes to practice. i'm just saying.
I used to play it years ago but I want all-offline season modes and absolutely no microtransactions. I won't buy any sports games with microtransactions, which means I will never buy one again in my life. Oh well. I'll spend my money elsewhere.
Let’s not jump the gun. EA uses a term “Ghosted” , when you account is ghosted. People sell coins or whatever in-game currency for real money. Buyer will post a bronze or silver card (typically valued at 500-2500 coins) and seller will purchase said card for maybe 50,000 - 100,000k depending how much was purchased. So yeah that’s good way to get banned for selling/buying coins. If in fact he did get banned for sniping, well that really sucks and that goes against What auction is used for!
That is a good point, but the support responses were so horrid that they don't mention this a single time through all the screenshots that the dude posted.
It's a shame this is what the gaming industry is turning into..
N4G is a community of gamers posting and discussing the latest game news. It’s part of NewsBoiler, a network of social news sites covering today’s pop culture.