'NBA 2K17' Latest News & Update: Patch 1.05 Brings HDR, 4K Support, Bug Fixes, Gameplay Improvements! Cheats No Longer Working? More Details

By Christian Ver Marcelo , Updated Nov 07, 2016 08:39 AM EST

"NBA 2K17" has no doubt become one of the hugest sports franchises in the video game market today. However, like most games, it is still riddled with bugs and glitches. This is why an update Is set to be released, to fix and improve the game.

No More Cheats?

Game publisher 2K Games has been religiously committed to bringing nothing but the best to the "NBA 2K17" players. With the patch 1.05, the hit basketball video game will be significantly improved all throughout the gameplay. The patch is now available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the PC.

As delightful as this news maybe for upright players of "NBA 2K17," it is bad news for those who use cheats. As the various cheats in the game take advantage of the glitches, some of them may no longer work when the patch 1.05 fixes them.

"NBA 2K17" Patch Improvements

Perhaps the biggest improvement to "NBA 2K17" is the new HDR support for the PlayStation 4 and added compatibility with the PlayStation 4 Pro. Furthermore, the game will be running natively in 4K resolution at 60 fps in the new console.

The "NBA 2K17" patch also brings updates to specific teams. The Cavaliers court has now also been updated to match the new design, while the uniforms of the Golden State Warriors are given the #42 patch to honor the late Nate Thurmond.

The patch 1.05 also brings authenticity improvements to many uniforms and some stadiums of "NBA 2K17" as well. Also, the post-release uniforms in Play Now games are made usable upon using a custom roster. The post-release shoes will also be dynamically appearing in the game mode saves upon starting a new mode or using a custom roster. The 'Zoom in Paint' camera option in "NBA 2K17" can also now be toggled off when using the default broadcast camera.

The gameplay of "NBA 2K17" has received numerous changes as well. MyTEAM Blacktop games can no longer be prolonged through reach-in fouls. Those who use the Pro Stick shot aiming could now target a lot easier. When the Shooting Type is set to "Real Player %," there will now be disabled shot timing for all shots.

There are a lot more changes and fixes to the "NBA 2K17" brought by the patch 1.05. For the full patch notes, head on to the game's official Facebook page.

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