So for the $ 3 sale …
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Loading ads on screen is not a new concept in 2K sports games (a useful NBA 2K subreddit posting explains that you can disable them by turning off 2K TV in game settings), but this tide of reddit and social media complains shows the ad's speed may be on the rise. users on Google Reddit in the same thread came in with their thoughts
"I just survived this," writes bobridges34 "Ads for free mobile games is one thing I've already paid for it [expletive] It's not cool."
It is worth noting that the NBA 2K19 has just begun to sell on several platforms for $ 2.99 or similar, making a 95% discount. "As an annual series, with a new game coming out in September every year, it is not unreasonable to think that 2K is trying to import a new wave of players before moving to the inevitable NBA 2K20 later this year.
The Secret [expletive] "writes dramaticpotatoes to the user. "Sell the game at a price of $ 3 in order to get a flood of players to be able to withstand this. Such a predatory company is disgusting. "
IGN reached the letter of 2K for clarification on the matter, but did not get an answer immediately
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