A third post-release patch for NBA 2K15 released today on PlayStation 4 and PC and is expected to go out on Xbox One in the coming days. The primary purpose of the patch is to address a glitch that has prevented users from applying different shoes to their MyPlayer characters since the last patch in late December.
The issue with the shoes was important to fix given that actual money has been spent by consumers on them only to find thatÂ they could not use what they purchased. Even if not directly paid for with money harm was being done to those who spent their earned VC onÂ shoes along the way. 2K Sports had been offering refunds to those affected without making any commitment to a future patch that would fix the problem.
The latest live stream held by developers of MLB 15: The Show centered on the visuals and environments. A handful ofÂ stadiums were explored along with their surroundings. Those which were looked at in the now archived stream you can watch below: Busch Stadium, Coors Field, Citi Field, PNC Park, Yankee Stadium, Fenway Park, Comerica Park, Petco Park, Rogers Centre, and one minor league stadium.
Earlier this week EA Sports added the two new MLS franchises to FIFA 15. On the same day the company rolled out some significant and controversial changes to Ultimate Team. ThereÂ are now “Price Ranges” on the Transfer Market. With values restricted the open Ebay-style auction system is no more.Â Read more
The new league year is underway in the NFL, with trades and some signings taking place the last few weeks, and free agency officially having opened less than an hourÂ ago. ManyÂ of the big names are now off the market after agreeing to deals that began being negotiated overÂ weekend and were made official today and some huge trades have just gone down.
Here’s a look at the impact players who have been moved or made commitments already with their new teams in Madden NFL 15, accompanied by the Overall ratings they finished the year with in the game. More will be added as they are made official.Â Read more
Russell Westbrook has been on an insane run lately, putting together five triple-doubles in the last six games. His run has really moved him up the ranks ratings wise in NBA 2K15. He’s now the second highest rated player in the game, only trailing LeBron James by a single point. Westbrook passed up teammate and reigning MVP Kevin Durant in the last week. Check out all the ratings changes in NBA 2K15 since the All-Star break in the spreadsheet here.
Recent roster updates have included not just ratings changes but reflected injuries, adjusted lineups, and changed accessories. Other significant movers on the rise include Stephen Curry (+1 to 94), Chris Paul (+1 to 92), DeAndre Jordan (+2 to 87), Hassan Whiteside (+2 to 81), and Alexis Ajinca who is on a Whiteside-like rise as he’s moved up 7Â points to 75.
Meanwhile Rajon Rondo, one ofÂ the biggest fallers over the course of the season through the All-Star break, has taken another big hit. He’s gone down 3 more to 80 after starting the season at 87. LeBron James (-1 to 96), Kevin Durant (-1 to 94), Kyle Lowry (-2 to 86), Dirk Nowitzki (-2 to 86), and a trio of Spurs stars are among those to have fallen in the last three weeks.
In November the kits and a few players from the new MLS teams that debuted in yesterday’s season opener, Orlando City SC and New York City FC, were added to Ultimate Team in FIFA 15. Today EA Sports released a new patch on all consoles that adds the entire teams to the game for use in Kick-Off and Online matches as well as Career Mode.Â Read more