NBA 2K17, basketball simulation video game from 2K Games, has released a new patch 1.04 to fix issues like the one where the game would hang. The new patch is currently available on PS4 and PC and will come soon to Xbox One. It is not clear if PS3 and Xbox 360 will receive it.
The patch fixes the issue in the uniform where the colours would clash with the one from the opposite team. The patch has also fixed a rare issue where the game would hang when players attempted to grab a rebound.
It has also addressed the issue where one would not win when the rival disconnected during a Pro-Am Walk-On/Team game.
Here is the changelog:
- Corrected an issue where some post-release uniform colours would clash with the opposing team's uniform in certain matchups.
- After a made basket, the score will no longer update on the scoreboard until after the animation has completed; this should be much less confusing.
- Fixed a case where your friends list in the Who's Online menu would disappear while viewing it.
- Contact Dunk animations should now properly stay equipped on your MyPlayer.
- The Relentless Finisher badge should now give the proper bonuses on contact layups when levelling it up.
- Fixed an extremely rare hang that could occur when players attempted to grab a rebound.
- Fixed a case where certain jump shot animations would result in the shot meter reporting an incorrect very late timing during high-latency situations.
- Addressed an issue where you would not be granted a win if your opponent disconnected during a Pro-Am Walk-On/Team game under certain conditions.
- Users in Ante-Up will now always be presented with the correct ante-up amount prior to joining the Got Next queue.
- Corrected a case that would result in loading into a black screen heading into a game.
- Connection events will now always appear on the schedule once you agree to them/set them up.
- Addressed a hang that could occur when attempting to enter the 3PT/Dunk Contest when your MyPlayer was injured.
- Fixed a hang that could occur when loading into a Live Practice when a number of players on your team were simultaneously injured.
Meanwhile, 2K has announced it will support native 4K and 60FPS on PS4 Pro. This will also be on monitors that do not reach the 4K resolution. 2K is able to do this using a technique called downsampling.
PS4 Pro with a 4K display:
Native 4K resolution running at 60 FPS with HDR support.
PS4 Pro with a 1080p display:
2K confirmed that it will still render a 4K resolution even on a 1080p display. The company said this should result in "much better anti-aliasing" with HDR support, GameSpot reported.