The digital marketing director at 2K Sports posted a new update in regards to the upcoming patch for the PS4 and Xbox One versions of “NBA 2K14.” According to a message from his personal Twitter page on Jan. 16, Ronnie Singh disclosed that the fourth title update for the basketball simulation video game has been submitted to both Microsoft and Sony Computer Entertainment.
The patch is expected to address the crashing problems from the Xbox One version of “NBA 2K14.” It is also going to fix the contract negotiations and playoff advancing features in the MyGM mode. Ronnie Singh stated that the certification process should take two weeks at most before the title update can be released on the Playstation Network and Xbox Live. You can take a look at the video game in the slideshow gallery located to the left of this article and the comments from the digital marketing director below:
#NBA2K14 Patch 4 submitted to 1st party. Looks to address XB1 drop to main menu issue among other fixes. Usual 10-14 day approval process. MyGM Contract negotiations & playoff advancing are also addressed in Patch 4. As usual, full notes coming when greenlit for release
Ronnie Singh also revealed that a new roster update is now available. New changes were made to accommodate the recent trade between the Boston Celtics, Golden State Warriors and Miami Heat. Several players also returned from injuries. You can find his statement from Twitter below:
#NBA2K14 Roster Update went live last night, reflects 3-team trade, Marc Gasol/Tyson Chandler/Shawn Marion back from injury. Nedovic returns
The PS4 version of “NBA 2K14” came out on Nov. 15 while the Xbox One iteration launched on Nov. 22 last year in North America.