The latest update is live and makes changes to MyTEAM, Neighborhood and more.
The latest patch for NBA 2K21, Update 1.02, is officially available.
Here are all the details on what’s new in the game.
Patch update 1.02.0
Fans of the game may recall that the release of the last few years had some monstrous-sized updates for the game right after launch.
Thankfully, users report that this new update requires around 4.6GB on PlayStation 4 and 5.7GB on Xbox One.
The NBA 2K21 development team got a Courtside report covering the latest patch notes for update 1.02.
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So what did the new update bring to the table?
- Option to disable Pro Stick aiming in controller settings (right on home screen)
- Pro Stick can now be used with the hit meter disabled
- The ideal aiming point for the Pro Stick is now determined by the players’ knockdown speed, allowing for more control
- 2K Share Content will now correctly allow access to draft classes and lists
- Fixed fan growth buildup in the neighborhood
- Fixed several crashes in MyTEAM, Neighborhood, and My LEAGUE getting in and out of game modes
- Players and opponents will no longer see the green shot indicator if shot feedback is turned off
This new update follows an NBA 2K21 filming hotfix that was released on September 6.
Stay tuned for more details soon.
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