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NBA 2K17 Patch 1.07 Released on PlayStation 4

LeBron James vs. Carmelo Anthony in NBA 2K17

Patch 1.07 is now available for the PlayStation 4 version of NBA 2K17. It will come through automatically as long as your console is connected to the Internet; if you run into any problems, try restarting your PS4. Patch 1.07 weighs in at 7.5 GB, so also make sure that you have enough hard drive space available.

There’s no word on when the patch will hit PC and Xbox One, but based on the last couple of title updates for NBA 2K17, it hopefully won’t be too much longer. Patches 1.05 and 1.06 were both released on all three platforms within 24 hours, so with any luck, the same will hold true for Patch 1.07.

At this time, we’re still waiting for 2K to release detailed patch notes. Gameplay Director Mike Wang (aka Beluba) has mentioned a couple of tweaks in a Tweet however, noting that over-dribbling will result in lower field goal percentages, and that contested three-pointers will also be nerfed in the latest tuning update.

We’ll be sure to post more information as soon as it becomes available. In the meantime, feel free to share your observations and opinions on Patch 1.07 in the comments section below, as well as in this thread in the NBA 2K17 section of the NLSC Forum.

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NBA 2K17 Patch 1.06 Released

LeBron James with the layup in NBA 2K17

Patch 1.06 has come through for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One versions of NBA 2K17. It will download automatically as long as your PC or console is connected to the Internet. If you encounter any issues, a restart may be required. In the case of the PC version, that just means restarting Steam.

The latest patch includes some gameplay tuning and fixes, addressing issues with CPU ballhandlers dribbling out of bounds along the baseline, unrealistic speed bursts with some size-up moves, and pass icons not appearing for users playing in 4K on the PS4 Pro. A couple of other bug fixes and optimisations are also included.

Please see below for the complete patch notes. You can also find a complete update history in this thread in the NBA 2K17 section of the NLSC Forum, as well as here in our Wiki. If you’ve got any impressions to share, feel free to post them in the comments below, as well as take the discussion to the Forum.

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NBA 2K17 Roster Updated; Tuning Fix Pushed Through

Michael Carter-Williams on the Chicago Bulls' roster in NBA 2K17

Patch 1.05 for NBA 2K17 appears to have corrected the problem that was preventing the team from pushing through new rosters, as an update has come through following the patch’s release yesterday. This is the first roster update since mid-October, and updates the lineups accurate as of this week, including recent injuries.

A tuning update/fix has also been pushed through. Among other things, it notably resolves issues with the Relentless Finisher Badge, which should now be working as intended.

The new rosters, tuning fix, and Patch 1.05 are all live for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One versions of NBA 2K17. If you have any impressions of the latest updates, feel free to have your say in the comments section below, and join in the discussion here in the Forum.

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NBA 2K17 Patch 1.05 Released (PC, PlayStation 4 & Xbox One)

NBA 2K17: DeMar DeRozan

Patch 1.05 has been pushed through for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One versions of NBA 2K17. It should come through automatically as long as your PC or console is connected to the Internet. If you encounter any difficulties getting the patch, trying restarting Steam or your console.

The patch adds HDR support for the PS4, and prepares NBA 2K17 to run at a native 4K resolution at 60 FPS on the PS4 Pro. It also updates the court design for the Cleveland Cavaliers, adds the Nate Thurmond tribute patch to the Golden State Warriors’ jerseys, and fixes some cosmetic issues with a few other uniforms.

Some key gameplay and game mode issues have also been addressed in Patch 1.05. The timeout glitch/exploit in 2K Pro-Am has been resolved, and teammates now have unique colours for their player indicators, reducing confusion. Points of Emphasis have returned to the Gameplan in MyGM and MyLEAGUE (only affecting simulated games), various crashes and glitches have been patched, and there are gameplay enhancements including correct illegal screen calls, balanced pass speeds, a reduction in “ticky tack” fouls, and more.

For a complete list of patch notes, please see below. With the release of Patch 1.05, we should also see new roster updates begin to come through again. If you’d like to share any impressions of the latest title update for NBA 2K17, feel free to post them in the comments below, as well as join in the discussion here in the NLSC Forum. To see a complete update history for NBA 2K17, check out this article in our Wiki.

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Next NBA 2K17 Patch Coming Soon; 2K Pro-Am, Roster Fixes

NBA 2K17: Paul Millsap

According to the official NBA 2K Twitter account, a new patch is coming soon for NBA 2K17. It will reportedly address some issues with 2K Pro-Am, and correct the problem that is currently preventing new roster updates from being pushed through.

No further details on the fixes or the timeframe for the patch’s release are available at this time. So far, the PlayStation 4 has been the first platform to receive the updates, followed by the PC and Xbox One within a week or so. Your guess is as good as ours as to what is meant by “divergences”.

A quick glance at the rosters reveals that they haven’t been updated in a couple of weeks, as it seems that Patch 1.04 has caused an unforeseen issue with the ability to push through updates. 2K Pro-Am has experienced several issues since the game’s launch, from matchmaking difficulties to wins not counting. There’s also a nasty exploit in the form of a camera glitch when calling a timeout during free throws, which is even worse if you call a second timeout.

Hopefully these issues can be addressed in Patch 1.05, along with some of the other problems that gamers have been providing feedback about. We’ll be sure to post any further details as soon as they’re made available, but in the meantime, feel free to keep posting impressions and feedback in the NBA 2K17 section of the NLSC Forum.

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NBA 2K17 Patch 1.04 Out Now on Xbox One

NBA 2K17: Paul George

I missed posting a bulletin over the weekend, but the Xbox One version of NBA 2K17 has now received Patch 1.04. As always, the update will come through automatically as long as your console is connected to the Internet.

The Xbox One patch contains the same fixes as the updates for the PC and PlayStation 4 versions of NBA 2K17, mainly addressing some situational bugs. If you need a refresher on the notes for Patch 1.04, you can check them out below, as well as here in the NLSC Wiki.

If you have any impressions of Patch 1.04 that you’d like to share, feel free to do so in the comments section below, as well as in this thread in the NBA 2K17 section of the Forum. We also invite you to post any bug reports here, and general feedback on gameplay and game modes here. Additionally, we’ll be opening up our official NBA 2K18 Wishlist thread very soon, so stay tuned.

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NBA 2K17 Patch 1.04 Out Now For PC

NBA 2K17: John Wall

As it turns out, we didn’t have to wait very long to see Patch 1.04 come through for the PC version of NBA 2K17. The patch is now available, and will be downloaded automatically through Steam, as long as your PC is connected to the Internet.

The PC patch is only 69 MB in size, compared to the 7 GB update that was pushed through on PlayStation 4. However, according to the release notes posted on Steam, it contains all of the same fixes as the PS4 patch. It doesn’t appear that any PC-specific fixes have been made in the latest update.

There’s still no concrete release date for the Xbox One patch, but it is expected to be pushed through soon. Referring back to Patch 1.03 for NBA 2K17, the X1 patch came through about a week after the PS4 version received the update, so with any luck, it won’t be too much longer this time either. As we’ve noted before, it all comes down to Microsoft’s approval process.

If you’d like to share any impressions of Patch 1.04 on PC or PlayStation 4, feel free to post them in the comments section below, as well as in this thread in the NBA 2K17 section of the Forum. Don’t forget that we also have a Bug Reports thread, as well as a thread for general feedback.

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NBA 2K17 Patch 1.04 Available on PlayStation 4

NBA 2K17: Jimmy Butler

A new patch (1.04) has come through for the PlayStation 4 version of NBA 2K17, and will be downloaded automatically as long as your console is connected to the Internet. As with the previous patch, the latest title update weighs in at around 7 GB in size.

At present, there’s no ETA on the PC and Xbox One patches, except to say that they’ll be out “soon”. However, if the release of Patch 1.03 is anything to go by, we can probably expect Patch 1.04 to come through for PC and Xbox One in about a week or so. We’ll be sure to post further bulletins once those updates are pushed through.

Please see below for a full list of patch notes. As always, feel free to share your impressions in the comments section below, as well as in this thread in the NBA 2K17 section of the Forum. You can also find a breakdown of the official patches for NBA 2K17 here in the NLSC Wiki.

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NLSC Podcast – Episode #179

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Episode #179 of the NLSC Podcast is out now! Join Arcane and I as we discuss our past week in basketball gaming, a few NBA 2K17 news stories, and a couple of recent events in the NBA.

On this week’s show…

  • Patch 1.03 has now been released for the PC and Xbox One versions of NBA 2K17. Further tweaks are also forthcoming.
  • Our modding community continues to do some fantastic work, as 3D editing has come to this year’s game.
  • It’s been brought to our attention that in order to upgrade your MyPLAYER beyond 95 Overall, you need to level up your reputation in MyPARK. We’re not too thrilled to hear that.
  • In Our Week in Basketball Gaming: 2K Pro-Am has actually been fun! Also, some of our recent achievements in MyCAREER.
  • Bad news for first overall pick Ben Simmons, as he’ll be out for some time after fracturing his foot before his rookie season has even begun.
  • We wrap up Episode #179 of the NLSC Podcast with a nice story about David Blatt.

Click Play to listen to the show!

Have some thoughts on the latest episode? Sound off in the comments below, or here in the Forum. Also, if there’s a topic you’d like us to discuss on the next episode of the NLSC Podcast, feel free to hit us up in this thread.

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NBA 2K17 Patch 1.03 Out Now on PC

NBA 2K17: Kyrie irving

The wait is over, as the PC version of NBA 2K17 has finally received Patch 1.03. Although 2K Sports is yet to acknowledge the patch’s release on the game’s official social media, it should come through automatically when you log into Steam, and the game’s update history displays a list of the patch notes.

Interestingly, the PC patch is only around 560 MB in size, but at a glance, all of the key fixes and additions are included. Having fired up NBA 2K17 to check, I can at least confirm that substitutions made during a timeout now apply immediately instead of having to wait until the next dead ball.

Once you’ve downloaded the patch and played some games with it, feel free to share your impressions in the comments below, as well as in this thread in the NBA 2K17 section of the Forum.

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NBA 2K17 Patch 1.03 Out Now on Xbox One

NBA 2K17: DeMar DeRozan

Patch 1.03 is now available for the Xbox One version of NBA 2K17. As usual, it will come through automatically as long as your console is connected to the Internet. The patch addresses various issues game-wide, from gameplay quirks to bugs in MyCAREER and MyGM. If you’d like a full rundown of all the fixes in Patch 1.03, please see our previous bulletin.

Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on when the PC version of NBA 2K17 will receive the new patch. It seems unlikely that the PC version will be left out in the cold, so until such time as we hear otherwise, it’s safe to assume that the patch will be coming through on Steam eventually.

In the meantime, if you’d like to share any impressions of the patch on Xbox One or PlayStation 4, feel free to join in the discussion in this thread in the NBA 2K17 section of the Forum, or leave a comment below.

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NBA 2K17 Patch 1.03 Released

NBA 2K17: Paul George

A new patch (1.03) has come through for the PlayStation 4 version of NBA 2K17. It’s around 7 GB in size, and will download automatically as long as your console is connected to the Internet. 2K has indicated that the Xbox One patch will be coming “soon”, while there is no word on the PC patch as yet.

The patch includes some cosmetic updates such as new courts for the New York Knicks and Milwaukee Bucks, anniversary patches and other fixes for a few jerseys, and resolves an issue with the ’92 Dream Team pre-order DLC. It also tweaks the frequency of lob passes, resolves an issue with substitutions during timeouts, and makes several other small fixes and adjustments game-wide.

In terms of NBA 2K17’s modes, patch 1.03 addresses various issues including injuries in MyCAREER carrying over to MyPARK and 2K Pro-Am, an inability to veto rule changes in MyGM, overlapping practice sessions and games in MyCAREER, and problems with Draft Classes in MyLEAGUE Online, to name but a few.

Please see below for the full list of patch notes. What are your impressions of NBA 2K17, post-patch 1.03? Are you experiencing any issues? Sound off in the comments below as well as in this thread, and don’t forget that we’re compiling a list of bugs here.

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