'NBA 2K17' Latest News & Update: Patch 1.06 Changes Dribbling Glitches, MyPARK & 2K Pro-Am Experience
Expect "NBA 2K17" to be less buggy and more balanced game now that patch 1.06 is out. Most notable among these fix is the gameplay-affecting pass icons that don't show up for those on PlayStation 4 Pro running 4K.
Let us admit it, "NBA 2K17" players lament about glitches in the game and some of them are very seriously affecting the gameplay. How can the player proceed to proper basketball execution if pass icons are missing? Or the tendency to pile up wrong dribble moves when "NBA 2K17" player attempts for complicated maneuvers like double crossovers?
Then there are problems with game speed as well. "NBA 2K17" players exploited the "impossible speed bursts" to zoom past opposition when doing a combo move. It is so funny that even those who are supposed to be on low-energy can still maneuver Flash-like. "NBA 2K17" patch 1.06 fixed these problems including a balanced offensive sets and more realistic fast breaks speed. GameSpot reported that developer 2K made certain tweaks in CPU intelligence to rule out the bugs.
Still focusing on gameplay fix in "NBA 2K17," lots of changes are made in MyPARK. Forget about the chances to aggressive collisions on bump back dribble that annoyed players for a while now. Also, defenders can steal the ball immediately from inbounder when checking it in before patch 1.06. Facebook posted the complete "NBA 2K17" patch note and referred to MyPARK now assuring that all players are positioned properly before checking in the ball.
Here are few more fixes in "NBA 2K17" that patch 1.06 did, ball will never get out of bounds when CPU controls during attack in the baseline. Plus, that nuisance of long, drawn out or pickup loss animation glitch was fixed.
Then proceeding with "NBA 2K17" 2K Pro-Am experience, there are number of improvements that patch 1.06 calls "solidifying" the game. What we love so far is the new possibility to unequip those skates and mascots from MyPLAYER.