NBA 2K18's custom shirt storefront is flooded with shirts achievable look like designs from Supreme or soccer player jerseys. 2K is removing shirts containing copyrighted material, and several players aren't happy about seeing them go.

In NBA 2K18, players can establish custom shirts in myCareer mode, which could then be voted on by other players. These are purely cosmetic goods that will show standing on a player character from the myPark portion of the game, where players play 3 on 3 street basketball. If the shirt reaches 100 votes, the ball player who created it could possibly sell it for that game’s virtual currency, VC. Shirts initially went for 3,500 VC, but a few weeks ago 2K made all custom shirts free. You can buy 15,000 VC for five dollars. The problem is many players are earning shirts with copyrighted logos or mimicking real brands. [Correction—3:01 PM: An earlier version want to know , incorrectly stated the quantity of players can engage in street basketball.]

Players on Reddit and YouTube say that both shirts they’ve created and shirts they've already purchased are removed from their inventories. One player who reached to Kotaku could get a shirt refunded for his shirts, but declared he only got 10,000 VC, the price tag on about three shirts, when he admits that he taken care of 10 shirts total at 3,500 VC each. You can earn VC by playing video games or by collecting it with a real income, so losing VC is costly for either you’s time or wallet. 2K would not respond to a request to comment soon enough for publication.

If you want to the in-game T-shirt kiosk and look at the submissions becoming voted on, you’ll view a plethora of copyrighted content immediately. In fact, the biggest voted shirt currently is a plain black tee while using Superman logo onto it.

Finding a shirt without copyright material is usually a bit of your struggle. Other shirts featured logos from characters just like the Punisher, and styles from brands like Supreme. You can also find jerseys for players using sports. 2K sells licensed NBA jerseys for VC from the game, and contains shirts with logos for brands like Gatorade and Mountain Dew, which you can buy for 249 VC each after completing an in-game mission. A search on YouTube for “custom shirts NBA 2K18" will yield several tutorial videos for the way to make such shirts. Taking down shirts featuring images and fashions that 2K doesn’t possess the right to makes perfect sense, but players continue to be frustrated by the alterations. When custom t-shirts were announced, players were needing to recreate their most favorite brands. NBA 2K18's myCareer mode is dependant on making a new player that feels unique to every one person, these fans see themselves as people making content that players want on the game. One confused player who saw his shirts removed lamented in a very YouTube video, “They rejected all my shirts! ‘Polo With Gucci Belt,’ what’s wrong your?”

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