Minor patch released for NBA 2K16 in advance of Pro-Am competition

Posted January 25th, 2016 at 10:15 am


2K Sports today released the fourth post-release patch for NBA 2K16, a minor one that prepares the game for the upcoming competition that will be utilizing the 2K Pro-Am mode. Earlier patches have focused on getting the Pro-Am up and running weeks after the game launched, made extensive changes to virtually every mode and gameplay based on community feedback, and delivered fixes to various issues.

Additionally the latest patch includes:

♦Fixed an issue where users were able to equip mascot costumes despite not having the appropriate rep level in MyPARK.

♦Addressed a game disconnect that would sometimes occur during scrimmage games in MyCOURT when there are spectators.

♦Fixed an issue that was causing unwanted ankle breaker reactions on defenders who were standing in good defensive position.

♦Resolved a rare case where a Pro-Am Arena game would stall out on the loading screen.

♦(PS4) Adjusted the ‘How Much Ya Got?’ requirements such that a maximum salary offer will unlock the Trophy (regardless of how many years the contract offer is for).

♦Added ‘Player of the Week’ and ‘Player of the Month’ panels to the MyPARK leaderboards.