Loaded with fixes for a whole mess of issues (and some non-issues too), the second patch for NBA 2K21 is now live. Check out what’s included.
Not released all that long ago, NBA 2K21 now has a total of 2 monster patches released, addressing a host of issues. The 2nd of those, just released today, includes fixes for balancing, but also for general gameplay.
Those include stuff like improving Damien Lillard’s likeness (yes, specifically), to adding in better lighting, better “logic” for the PA announcer, and a bunch of other stuff.
You an read through the whole list right here, but a few highlights include:
- Fixed an issue that would lead to players getting removed from online matches when greening shots due to divergent settings.
- Improved frame rate performance for the Switch version of the game.
- Fixed a PC-only issue where the user might get stuck on the Pro Stick Aiming selector screen at the main menu.
- Increased the size of the shot meter, based on feedback from the community.
- Fixed a Pro Stick shooting exploit that allowed for easy aiming when holding the Pro Stick prior to receiving a catch.
- Fixed an issue where if a player skipped the story in-between high school games, their injury carried over to the NBA.
- Adjusted Single Player Triple Threat and Triple Threat Online difficulties, based on community feedback.
NBA 2K21 is out now on the Xbox One, PS4, Switch, and PC. You can read our review here.