‘NBA 2K17’ News & Update: Latest Patch 1.06; Ads Visual And Gameplay Improvements
The 2K recently released Patch 1.06 for NBA 2K17 the week. It is both for PlayStation 4 (7.04 GB) and Xbox One (2.6 GB) and it is available right now.
This update focuses on gameplay improvements. Particularly fixes "My Park" bugs in addition to the My Park's after dark, which will begins this weekend. Fast steals from inbound plays and back dump dribbles were one of the many things that have enhanced this latest 1.02 update, trying to look the game more realistic.
Other gameplay fixes that were included is increasing the speed in which the CPU gets into their offensive sets and running plays. No sense for the AI taking 10-15 to get setup, only to force a rushed shot as the shot clock runs down. Besides the fixes mentioned, it seemed that everything else is cosmetic as the look of the game was the key to this recent update. "Broadcast Stadium" cameras were adjusted for the Bucks, Mavericks, Kings and Clippers.
Packed in the latest NBA 2K17 Patch 1.02 the Hornets will now have their correct court projection during the pre-game presentation.
Indefinite simulating screen was fixed that would occur when "My Player" retired after the completion of his 20-year My CAREER.
A hang was also fixed that would occur in "My GM/My League" when attempting to enter the Staff signing experience when the team had no assistant coach (retired) and an expired head coach.
Addressed an issue in My GM/My League where a league filled with "Classic and European League" teams would sometimes hang late in the season when simulating. The Update also enhances the "Broadcast Stadium" cameras for Bucks, Mavericks, Kings, and Clippers. Cameras were updated to zoom out more in transition and to have a wider range of zoom and height adjustment settings.
These are the major improvements and updates in the game with the latest Patch 1.02. All patch fixes will work in your existing game mode.