NBA 2K14 has begun receiving its third patch. However, the patch is only for nextgen consoles. While it has already arrived on Xbox One, the patch will hit the PS4 version of the game in a few days. It brings in several changes, improvements, fixes and technical updates to the game, according to the game's official blog.
The patch brings significant gameplay improvements, important bug-fixes, and some nifty technical updates to MyCAREER and MyGM.
Fixed issues include resolution problems with game invites sent through Xbox Live and dropping and disconnects during one and one and Team-Up gameplay. The patch also fixes settings that were not properly saving in specific situations, apart from other things.
On the technical side, there are now adjusted physics calculations on in-air collisions. This results in "stronger" defenders. Some key enhancements have been made to the dribbling models.
Complete list of General fixes
- Fixed an issue in The Park where matches were not starting appropriately, in addition to a large number of optimizations for this experience.
- Addressed a number of issues that were known to cause disconnects during head-to-head and Team-Up gameplay.
- Corrected an issue where an assigned dunk package would sometimes not be used in The Park.
- Fixed a number of issues that should result in a much more stable experience for users playing in Leagues.
- Addressed an issue where the user would encounter a lengthy blank black screen during the initial launch sequence in certain conditions.
- Fixed a bug where user Settings weren't properly saving in specific situations.
- Fixed a case where the user would experience a loss of controller functionality despite having a controller turned on (XB1).
- Fixed a case where the user would enter into an unresponsive state after a second user signed in and then subsequently signed out (XB1).
- Fixed an issue where the title did not send game invites to all Xbox Party members when a user enters a joinable online matchmaking session (XB1).
- The title will now receive game invites if the user is already in an Xbox Party with the host (XB1).
- Addressed an issue where blocked users were allowed to enter matchmaking with each other (XB1).
- Fixed an issue where the title would shut down when resuming from low-power standby (XB1).
Check out 2K's official blog for the entire list of fixes.