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NBA 2K20 Patch 1.07 Available - Patch Notes Included

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NBA 2K20 Patch 1.07 Available - Patch Notes Included

NBA 2K20 game update 1.07 is available now. Check out the patch notes and let us know what you’re seeing.

  • Xbox One (37GB)
  • PlayStation 4 (18.5GB)
  • To celebrate the start of the NBA season, we are preparing to launch our brand new ‘MyPLAYER Nation’ feature! Once the season has officially tipped off, head into MyCAREER to learn more about MyPLAYER Nation and how you can earn 2x VC, 2x MyPOINTS, AND 2x Badge Points while representing your team
  • Season 3 is here! NBA 2K League Qualifying begins 10/22 and runs through 11/10. More info: https://2kleague.nba.com/news/2019-qualifier/
  • Addressed an issue where your controller settings would reset to your previous default when making changes and changing Neighborhoods (e.g. joining a friend elsewhere)
  • Many, many more fixes included to improve the overall experience of NBA 2K20
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  1. Honestly pretty disrespectful to consumers to lack transparency this much. What does many many more fixes mean? Can I finally save my settings and have them there when I go online? Is the substitution menu glitch still in the game?
    Nah at this point
    “Many, many more fixes included to improve the overall experience of NBA 2K20!”
    Is actually so nasty.
    They might as well not give out patch notes if they’re going to do this. These patch notes served as an advertisement for a new feature for My Career mode, and gave consumers nothing of substance.
    Once again they’re making changes to your sandwich and not telling you what they changed.
    BaselineBakes
    They’re trolling all of us.
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    They have to stop posting that line in their patch notes. There is no other company who so haphazardly just drops that in their notes. You can give EA all the crap in the world, but their patch notes are at least thorough. The same goes for Sony and any other publisher pretty much out there for games sports or otherwise. You owe it to the audience to explain what you're fixing, or at the very least give more of the "high notes" before dropping that in at the end of a long list.
    ChaseB
    They have to stop posting that line in their patch notes. There is no other company who so haphazardly just drops that in their notes. You can give EA all the crap in the world, but their patch notes are at least thorough. The same goes for Sony and any other publisher pretty much out there for games sports or otherwise. You owe it to the audience to explain what you're fixing, or at the very least give more of the "high notes" before dropping that in at the end of a long list.

    It’s so maddeningly disrespectful that I can’t help but laugh at this point.
    I’m not one to be mad about patches, it’s great that they’re attempting to fix things. I’d rather this than the opposite but as a long time vet of this franchise it’s shocking to see how they treat the consumer nowadays.
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    ChaseB
    They have to stop posting that line in their patch notes. There is no other company who so haphazardly just drops that in their notes. You can give EA all the crap in the world, but their patch notes are at least thorough. The same goes for Sony and any other publisher pretty much out there for games sports or otherwise. You owe it to the audience to explain what you're fixing, or at the very least give more of the "high notes" before dropping that in at the end of a long list.
    Chase... I'm starting to think there is no "many fixes". Like they have to cover their *** some how here. Because the community would eat them alive for releasing a contest through a patch. Right before the season started.
    I'm hoping the season might get me excited. But I'm not excited about playing this year.
    The way we've been treated this year has been a complete assault on everything this site has been build on.
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    BaselineBakes
    It’s so maddeningly disrespectful that I can’t help but laugh at this point.
    I’m not one to be mad about patches, it’s great that they’re attempting to fix things. I’d rather this than the opposite but as a long time vet of this franchise it’s shocking to see how they treat the consumer nowadays.
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    I was about to write the same exact words: I find this a bit disrespectful at this point continuing to write this "many fixes" in the patch notes. I welcome all kind of patches but I find hard to believe that fixes have been really applied to gameplay, myleague and everything else that is not VC/Park/MyPlayer related. Then we see threads popping out with people speculating that everything is better now, caught in a placebo effect.
    Knowing what has changed can help with gameplay sliders, myleague sliders, editing, personalizing the game for everyone playstyle. So please 2K, we need more transparency on this. If substantial changes have been made that make the game better what's wrong in writing them down in the patch notes?
    tru11
    I see they trying to have the biggest file size game on the market :y3::y3::y3:

    Only on consoles. On PC, all the patches are well below 1 GB.
    Addressed an issue where your controller settings would reset to your previous default when making changes

    FINALLY!!! I've been waiting 4 years for that fix. I hope this fixes it in all gamemodes and not only MyPlayer "when chagning parks".
    This is getting ridiculous! Another 37 gb patch? Are you serious 2K?
    A 200 gb game that's mostly made up of these so called patches.
    So many glaring issues with the gameplay still, even after all storage space used to install them.
    This is insane!
    I'm happy they're continuing to work on the game but like many others here I really do wish we knew what it was fixing  exactly. A shame we have to pilfer around to find these random fixes.
    The "many more fixes" isn't always a cover up. The team options glitch was a "many more fix" fix. 
    jk31
    FINALLY!!! I've been waiting 4 years for that fix. I hope this fixes it in all gamemodes and not only MyPlayer "when chagning parks".

    Eh I still have to change regularly....I never had this issue in the past but this year I have to keep changing my control setup.
    knightowl444
    This is getting ridiculous! Another 37 gb patch? Are you serious 2K?
    A 200 gb game that's mostly made up of these so called patches.
    So many glaring issues with the gameplay still, even after all storage space used to install them.
    This is insane!

    The game isn’t 200GB. I’m not 100% certain the way it works but I believe the patches replace some of the existing game files.
    I like how they really work on fixing the very important problem of the game which is as we all know that 'MANY MANY MANY MANY MANY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY MORE MONEY MONEY MONEY MORE MONEY MONEY MONEY MONEY' problems are getting fixed.
    Besides much needed player art updates to guys such as Justise Winslow, DeAndre Jordan, James Johnson etc etc, can one of these days the many many many fixes include:
    -as much as I love having a seizure while I hold the shoot button for 3 seconds and see a frame by frame jumpshot, ACTUALLY fix the stuttering on ps4 in MLO games
    -Allow MLO users to see what jerseys they are selecting when facing another user, as well as choose accessory colors.
    -Push new content through such as new jerseys and shoes to existing MLO files like they do literally every other mode in the game.
    That'd be great thanks,
    I think them not revealing all the fixes is kind of a way to save face. At this point, we'd have a book full of all the fixes they made and that's not even including the glitches and bugs we don't know about. Releasing seven patches with so many fixes shows everyone just how unfinished and untested the game truly was at launch.
    I took a break from 2K for a couple years and it's just ridiculous to come back and see nothing has changed at all when it comes to all the issues we deal with once these games release each year. Things just seem to be getting worse. Something seriously needs to change with the way they do things. Seeing as how this sort of stuff has been a problem for 10+ years now, I think solving the issue has to start with the top. Doesn't matter how much money they make off this series, eventually people will get fed up and move on for good, just look at the state of EA (in terms of reputation) and NBA Live.
    I'm just bitching about offline issues that are just obvious.
    How is it that after ALL these years, the CPU still calls their first timeout in the 2nd half?
    Substitutions being made in groups of 3 and 4 players
    Relentless attacks to the rim
    Offensive rebounding being an issue
    This is basic stuff.. especially the first one. Stuff that should've been cleaned up since day one if you ask me.
    But I guess you have to appeal to the masses. And the masses care about MyCareer and MyTeam so there we have it
    Nathan_OS
    I'm just bitching about offline issues that are just obvious.
    How is it that after ALL these years, the CPU still calls their first timeout in the 2nd half?
    Substitutions being made in groups of 3 and 4 players
    Relentless attacks to the rim
    Offensive rebounding being an issue
    This is basic stuff.. especially the first one. Stuff that should've been cleaned up since day one if you ask me.
    But I guess you have to appeal to the masses. And the masses care about MyCareer and MyTeam so there we have it

    Facts lol I’m so tired of the mass subs, few timeouts being called, the relentless attacking of the paint too, I swear the game is meant to be played a certain way and it’s scripted.
    XxKnicksRules215xX
    Facts lol I’m so tired of the mass subs, few timeouts being called, the relentless attacking of the paint too, I swear the game is meant to be played a certain way and it’s scripted.
    Tendencies are jacked. A majority of issues get fixed with editing and sliders.
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    Serra11
    The CPU pick and roll defensive men switch bug has not been patched! :mad:
    What exactly was this bug?
    Because I saw a few switches last night. I haven't before.
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    Nathan_OS
    I'm just bitching about offline issues that are just obvious.
    How is it that after ALL these years, the CPU still calls their first timeout in the 2nd half?
    Substitutions being made in groups of 3 and 4 players
    Relentless attacks to the rim
    Offensive rebounding being an issue
    This is basic stuff.. especially the first one. Stuff that should've been cleaned up since day one if you ask me.
    But I guess you have to appeal to the masses. And the masses care about MyCareer and MyTeam so there we have it

    In myleague the CPU calls timeouts in the 1st half. I've had them call timeouts as early as 4 minutes in.
    They do usually change most of the lineup, but I have seen far more instances of them changing just 1 player or 2.
    I totally agree that the constant "attack the rim" style is ridiculous.
    As far as offensive rebounds, the numbers are't so bad. What bothers me is both the style and who gets them. Real offensive rebounds often bounce off hands or go long to guards. In 2K it's big men. Always big men. And I swear the more I block shots or play great D, the more likely the ball finds itself right back to the CPU. I can play poor D and give open shots, they miss, and my team rebounds. But if I chase a guy for 23 seconds like he's Rip Hamilton and he misses the shot, somehow the CPU grabs the offensive rebound half the time. And blocks go right back to the CPU far too much.
    Comduklakis
    In myleague the CPU calls timeouts in the 1st half. I've had them call timeouts as early as 4 minutes in.
    They do usually change most of the lineup, but I have seen far more instances of them changing just 1 player or 2.
    I totally agree that the constant "attack the rim" style is ridiculous.
    As far as offensive rebounds, the numbers are't so bad. What bothers me is both the style and who gets them. Real offensive rebounds often bounce off hands or go long to guards. In 2K it's big men. Always big men. And I swear the more I block shots or play great D, the more likely the ball finds itself right back to the CPU. I can play poor D and give open shots, they miss, and my team rebounds. But if I chase a guy for 23 seconds like he's Rip Hamilton and he misses the shot, somehow the CPU grabs the offensive rebound half the time. And blocks go right back to the CPU far too much.

    What’s crazy is that while the part about the ball going to the CPU after a block or loose ball is true, I find that even in real life I see it happen more often when a player gets blocked will get his own rebound. Off the top of my head I remember it happening to Kyle Lowry a few times during a real life game I was watching with a friend and the first thing we both said was no more complaining about when this happens to us in 2k bc for some reason it happens in real life too lol. Also another thing we have to remember fellas as cliche as I may sound, we have to understand we are playing a video game. That’s just facts. With any technology, whether it be a computer, phone, console etc.. that’s gonna happen, that’s just how it goes. I’m not saying that people can’t complain about certain things that happen to them in game, but I’m saying being that it’s a video game I wouldn’t stress out too much over it. Unless you getting blue screened, kicked or any of these tech problems that really need to be fixed then I wouldn’t worry too much about things like that. Adjusting Sliders kinda helps with things like that too
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    Another patch? You've got to be kidding me. Nothing worse than getting in from work wanting to play a game and having to wait 3 hours to play it at which point you don't have time anyway.
    And let me guess, I still can't turn off the damn CPU green releases...
    ChaseB
    They have to stop posting that line in their patch notes. There is no other company who so haphazardly just drops that in their notes. You can give EA all the crap in the world, but their patch notes are at least thorough. The same goes for Sony and any other publisher pretty much out there for games sports or otherwise. You owe it to the audience to explain what you're fixing, or at the very least give more of the "high notes" before dropping that in at the end of a long list.

    You know I said this yesterday, so should point out this practice has begun it seems to sneak a bit into other games, Fortnite for example is getting similar heat now for having spotty/no patch notes recently.
    Nathan_OS
    Offline guys, are you seeing anything new or improved?

    Not seeing much good or bad, just indifferent. Still no Knicks Statement Uniforms or Statement Courts for Sacramento and Denver.
    However I just finished a game and there was less stuttering so maybe that's a good thing.
    wowman801563
    I don't see much fixed .* For example, Derric Rose is still wearing his old Rose shoes.* what's that about.
    that is nothing related to patches. Shoes, cyberfaces, etc come with roster Updates, not patches.
    m1ke_nyc
    The game isn’t 200GB. I’m not 100% certain the way it works but I believe the patches replace some of the existing game files.

    If what you said was the case, then why do we have to download the entire 24 - 38 gb.
    Also, each patch has been a different size eg 38 gb for the first, 37 gb for the second, then 24 gb and now 37 gb. Why are numbers all over the place? Admittedly I don't understand how this works, so maybe I'm wrong?
    Those numbers are definitely unusual for a patch though.
    DBMcGee3
    So is this one worth the $40 sale price?* I'm an offline player btw.

    I am wondering the same, i didn't buy last years until All Star break for $20 wondering if I should wait again.
    knightowl444
    If what you said was the case, then why do we have to download the entire 24 - 38 gb.
    Also, each patch has been a different size eg 38 gb for the first, 37 gb for the second, then 24 gb and now 37 gb. Why are numbers all over the place? Admittedly I don't understand how this works, so maybe I'm wrong?
    Those numbers are definitely unusual for a patch though.
    that is only the case on consoles. on pc the patches are around 250 MB each.
    jk31
    that is only the case on consoles. on pc the patches are around 250 MB each.
    I haven't checked my storage but either way if I'm NOT mistaken ALL older files that have been edited/modified by the update(s) get overwritten back to the actual game size +/- for consoles, we're NOT sitting on a 250+ gb game. . .
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