NBA 2K15 PC Patch is Live, Server Issues Not Mentioned

Alright good news for the NBA 2K15 PC version users as the developers have released a brand new patch addressing some of the major problems that the gamers were facing.

The official Steam page of the game has the complete patch notes which were posted only a couple of hours ago.

Among the list of changes, they have addressed certain MyPARK and online stability issues, taken care of controller/keyboard bindings in MyPARK, frame rate stuttering issues, animation differences in Edit Player, keyboard usage alongside a controller, green/yellow in-game models and black blobs in replay.

They have also addressed multiple kinds of hangs that the player would face in the game especially when they tried to use a custom roster to create or join an Online League.

Some of the key changes are listed below:

Addressed an issue in MyGM/MyLEAGUE where, in certain cases, the game would not allow the user to exceed 13 players during the free agency period of the offseason.

Users are now able to re-watch 2KTV episodes that have already been watched to completion.

Added support for users attempting to play with a GeForce 320M GPU.

You may want to head to the Steam page for the NBA 2K15 PC version so that you can get a good look at that changelog.

That being said, if you are interested in mastering the game and would want a little help with it, you could check out some of the guides that we have written for the game.

Lastly, although the server downtime issues that were rampant in early October, they were not mentioned anywhere in the NBA 2K15 patch notes.

So let us know if the problems have been fixed already or are you still having problems but the developers just missed out on fixing them?