NBA 2K20 Update Addresses MyPlayer And MyTeam Concerns, Full Patch Notes Detailed

The sports simulator's tiny update is now live on PC, PS4, Stadia, Switch, and Xbox One.

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NBA 2K20 has received a small update on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, Stadia, and Xbox One that addresses some MyPlayer and MyTeam issues. We've compiled the full patch notes are below.

The new NBA 2K20 patch fixes an issue related to MyPlayer's ability to dunk alley-oops. For some reason, the created character sometimes wouldn't dunk the ball after initiating or receiving an alley-oops despite having the necessary rating to do so. This problem should be ironed out now.

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NBA 2K20's newest update also makes some tweaks to MyTeam. These include fixing a problem where players' Collector Level would inexplicably reset after selling a bunch of cards, addressing an issue where the ball would drop incredibly slow when activating the ball drop mechanic, and rectifying created or customized assets so that the desired accessory colors appeared in-game.

Full NBA 2K20 Patch Notes

  • Fixed a case where select MyPlayers were unable to alley-oops dunk even though they met the rating requirement.
  • Addressed an issue in MyTeam that was restricting the desired accessory colors from appearing in-game for created/customized assets.
  • Addressed an issue in MyTeam where the ball would drop unnecessarily slow for some users when utilizing the ball drop mechanic.
  • Addressed a rare issue in MyTeam where users reported their Collector Level would reset to 0 after performing a bulk sales of cards.

In other NBA 2K20 news, real-life professional basketball players are competing in the game as the NBA season has been indefinitely postponed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The NBA 2K20 Player's Tournament, which kicked off on April 3, will give money to coronavirus-focused charities.

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