NBA 2K17 patch 1.04, the newest patch in the Playstation 4 version of the basketball game, has been released, but we won’t be seeing the patch notes for a while longer, according to the official NBA 2K17 Twitter page. The patch was intended to fix the glitched shot meter, among other things.
The current Playstation 4 patch, however, is the only one currently available. 2K apparently has no confirmed date on when a PC patch will come out, and the patch for the game’s Xbox One version hasn’t come out yet either.
According to the game’s official Twitter, the patch notes for NBA 2K17 patch 1.04 will be coming at some point later today, and the Xbox One patch will be coming at a later date.
However, apparently the patch has missed or even added a few issues, especially to the game’s MyCareer mode and various connectivity issues to the game’s servers that keep you from getting things like players and other arenas via unlocks.
NBA 2K17 patch 1.04 comes over a week after the 1.03 patch, which did various things like updating court floors, uniform improvements, and more, along with improvements to the gameplay, MyPark, MyCareer, MyLeague, and more.
It’s likely that when the patch notes for the game are released that Xbox and PC players will end up having the same sort of adjustments that NBA 2K17 patch 1.04 will be bringing to the game, but hopefully before those patches come out they’ll get 1.05 instead, which will hopefully have fixed the problems that are apparently plaguing 1.04.
We’ll hopefully update the story when the patch notes for 1.04 come out, but in the meantime players that own the game can log in and see what all’s been fixed, and what all’s actually been made worse by the patch, if anything has. Xbox One and PC gamers will have to wait a bit longer.