There is no denying that NBA 2K16 won the hearts of not only the fan community but also that of critics, who were all impressed with way the game was conceived.
NBA 2K16, a product of publisher 2K Sports and developer Visual Concepts, was released on 29 September, 2015 for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The game had Spike Lee, director of films like 'Do the Right Thing' and 'Oldboy,' helping with developing the game.
As we await 2K to drop patch 3 for NBA 2K16, a recent interaction between Mike Wang, Gameplay Director at NBA 2K, and NBA 2K Forum members, was picked up by Operation Sports.
We now have an idea as to what to expect in patch 3 for NBA 2K16. Here are some of the points in it:
The patch is still in development stage and will be over in a week, and later, will be submitted to Microsoft and Sony, which can take about 10 to 14 days for it to become available.
Issues that are being addressed in patch 3 are: CPU being overpowered in Pro-Am, blocks, solution for stepback jumpers, getting an off balance "contested" shot even when the dribble is incomplete and gameplay fixes. Some of the changes that will be seen in patch 3 will impact contact shots.
He also explained the two shooting updates. "The first was to lower middies, the second to lower contact layups. I have noticed a significant increase in 3pt success since day 1 (primarily in the park), but I attribute that mostly to you guys getting better at the game and your players' leveling up over time."
Meanwhile, a new Locker Code has been revealed, courtesy Andre Drummond of Detroit Pistons. Here is the code - WMP5C-M6XLG-PMEEB-D1HRL-C3Y29.