I purchased NBA 2k16 a month ago.
After several hours I still had the problem to connect to the 2k server.
I always got the same error: efeab30c.
I looked into several forums and many users had reported the same issue. Sometimes solved in a mysterious way..
anyway.. I decided to ask help to the 2k support and after some emails they asked me to provide them the IP number of the computer and the ISP (Internet Service Provider). (for instance the IP of the liquidsky PC and its ISP).
I denied because was (for me) a bit of "privacy" issue (for LiquidSky I suppose)
Is it something of legal asking me for this info????
The guy answered me:
"_I understand that you are not allowed to provide some of the information we required, due to a contract you signed with LiquidSky.
Unfortunately, it seems that I don't have any further troubleshooting steps to provide you. In my opinion, your error code issue is due to a conflict between Liquidsky and Prolexic (a security device that prevent DDOS attacks for instance), which may analyze your LiquidSky outgoing connections as dangerous, preventing you to connect online.
I understand this might be an annoying situation, but I'm honestly running out of solutions. I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this may have caused._"
Now I have payed a game that I cannot play basically (or let's say that I can play half of its modes) unlessI give these info!
What you think??