While NBA 2K17 launched in September, but there are still some issues with the game that need fixing. One these issues include the PROAM Divergences, and the developers has announced NBA 2K17 Patch 1.05 will be drop soon to take care of this issue and more.
The announcement comes from the official Twitter account of NBA 2K17, where the developers announced that NBA 2K17 patch 1.05 will be coming soon to address the PROAM divergences along with the issue that prevents roster updates from occurring and more.
The next #NBA2K17 update will address PROAM divergences as well as fix an issue preventing roster updates from occurring & more. Coming soon
— NBA 2K 2K17 (@NBA2K) October 29, 2016
However, the devs did not specified that when the NBA 2K17 patch 1.05 will be dropping.
Since the reveal of PlayStation 4 Pro, many developers have announced their support for the console, and 2K has also announced that NBA 2K17 will be available for PlayStation 4 Pro. Not only the game will be available for the upgraded console, but will be will be playable at native 4K at 60 frames per second along with HDR for the 4K displays.
According to 2K, the NBA 2K17 will render on 4K for the 1080p display, as this will result in a better image quality with anti-aliasing and HDR.
The game was also shown to be running on Nintendo Switch in the reveal trailer for the respective console. However, Nintendo has clarified that the games shown in the trailer do not represent the game lineup for Nintendo Switch, but the reason to show them was to showcase how their console works.
NBA 2K17 is a basketball simulation video game developed by Visual concepts for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.