TopSpin 2K25 Class Action Lawsuit Organized by Attorney Floris Vulto
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TopSpin 2K25 Class Action Lawsuit Organized by Attorney Floris Vulto

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

Are you struggling to enjoy TopSpin 2K25 due to server connectivity issues or frequent disconnections? You're not alone. The decision by 2K and Hangar 13 to mandate online play for even the single-player components of the game, such as Career Mode, has sparked outrage among players.

Notably, Attorney Floris Vulto of Helder Advocatuur in The Hague, Netherlands, is spearheading a class action lawsuit against TopSpin 2K25. Vulto argues that the game fails to deliver on its promise as the single-player mode is unusable offline. Moreover, the impending shutdown of TopSpin 2K25's servers by the end of 2026, a detail buried in the game's product page, has caught many players off guard.

The crux of the lawsuit led by Vulto aims to secure compensation for affected players and to hold the developers accountable for deceptive marketing practices. If you wish to participate in the lawsuit, you can fill out the form provided here. Feel free to reach out to Vulto directly here for more information.

Currently, 2K has not addressed whether they plan to enable Career Mode for offline play. Beyond the inconvenience of server-related gameplay disruptions, many players have reported losing their progress.


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