NBA 2K17 1.06 Update: Patch Notes For PS4 & Xbox One Out Now; Gameplay Problems Fixed
NBA 2K17's 1.06 update has just been released for PC, PS4 and Xbox One gaming consoles. The patch notes have fixed several gameplay bugs which were not addressed in previous updates.
The most notable bug fix is that of the Pro-Am's which is causing a lot of problems to gamers, iDigital Times notes. For those who are still about to download the update, it will cost you a storage of 7.4GB on PS4, 139.5 MB on PC, and 2.6 GB on Xbox One.
NBA 2K17 creators posted the contents of the latest patch released on their official Facebook page. They specified the improvements they made for the gameplay, mypark 2k/Pro-Am, and for the game in general. Most of the issues addressed does not overhaul any of the game's major aspects but are just tweaks of the available features.
According to Game Spot, one good thing about the update is that it addressed dribbling animation issues which bothered some gamers. Also noted are the following positive changes it made for the CPU intelligence: it allows users to play and get into offensive sets faster and achieve "unrealistic speed bursts".
Because the full list of patch notes provided has given clarity and improvements to most issues addressed in the game, the update has received a lot of good feedback. For now, NBA 2K17's next goal should be to fix the server-side issues that is still facing right now.
There are also available locker codes available online which can help gamers get more advantage in their gameplay. While the creators have provided detailed fixes of the game, they also promise that minor adjustments are also available, gamers just need to explore these. Also, fans of NBA 2K17 can also experience the VR version soon through PlayStation VR or HTC Vive.