NBA 2K17 Update 1.05 Full Patch Notes Revealed

Just recently, developer 2K Games unveiled the coming of patch 1.05 to NBA 2K17 (all platforms). At first, players thought of it as an update that'll bring massive fixes and improvements. That it will specifically target the glitches that allow players to take advantage so as to acquire more VCs. However, the forthcoming update is more than just bug fixing and stuff.

According to Forbes, the NBA 2K17 patch 1.05 is meant to heavily impact the game's various modes of play. Aside from that, the so-called HDR support feature will also be enabled specifically on Sony's PlayStation 4. Moreover, players can expect both 60 fps and 4K resolution -- a dream come true really -- on the next gen console PS4 Pro.

The full patch notes of the aforementioned NBA 2K17 update was revealed via the game's official Facebook page. Nevertheless, there are some worthy ones so interesting to note here. First off, the floor court of the Cleveland Cavaliers have been given a tweak so as to match the team's current design for the season. Players also now have the ability to toggle on and off the "Zoon in Paint" camera (something that they usually use when the default broadcast cam is utilized).

As for the NBA 2K17 gameplay, there are lots of things being added as well. For instance, players now won't be able to prolong any MyTeam Blacktop games whenever they commit reach-in fouls. The frequency of the "ticky tack" shooting fouls (either on layups or jump shots) have been significantly reduced. Meanwhile, the studio has brought improvements to players catching more short passes.

The NBA 2K17 feature called MyPark/2K PRO-AM has received a number of fixes too. First, that hang which usually occurs to players whenever they hop from MyPark to another has been fixed. If players were having a hard time using their own custom jump shot styles, this won't be a burden now. The aforesaid patch did the trick.

Know more about the NBA 2K17 patch 1.05 via the official Facebook page mentioned above.

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