NBA 2K18 is finally here, and 2K sports jam-packed this year’s release with a bunch of new modes and teams to play with, including brand new all-time teams for all 30 NBA franchises. But if you’re looking for even more content from NBA 2K18 this year, boy do we have something for you. And if you’re bummed out that there isn’t going to be a NCAA basketball game this year, even better.
SB Nation uncovered an NBA 2K18 tutorial from YouTube user SkillzFromThe6 where he detailed exactly how you can edit NBA 2K18, including rosters, uniforms, and courts, to essentially turn NBA 2K18 into a college basketball experience. The best part is, this doesn’t require any confusing modifications or troubleshooting. It’s pretty straightforward, and you can do it entirely on your PlayStation 4.
Xbox One users shouldn’t be too worried. If history is any indication, some inspired creator like SkillzFromThe6 will create the same assets for Xbox One sooner than later. If you’ve done this before, the process is remarkably similar to how you would do it in NBA 2K17.
If you’re an Xbox user and feeling creative, SkillzFromThe6 also uploaded his Duke Blue Devils jersey and court tutorial, which can be followed on any version of NBA 2K18. If you watch how SkillzFromThe6 put those assets together, doing the same for your favorite college basketball team shouldn’t be too difficult.
The downside here is the same downside doing this had in NBA 2K17. All of these college basketball teams are contained within MyLeague, meaning you can’t just jump into a quick match and go. For now, though, this is certainly better than not having any access to college basketball at all.