Earlier this month, 2K Games announced its much-awaited NBA 2K21 game for multiple platforms. The game arrived on PS5, Xbox Series X and Series S, PS4, Xbox One, Stadia, Windows, and of course, Switch. Well, the developers have now rolled out a new update to the title. The new update has made its way to all the platforms including Switch.
The brand NBA 2K21 update brings various improvements such as optimized frame rates and new balance changes. For those who’re unaware, this is the game’s second patch update. Here’s everything you need to know about the new patch update.
NBA 2K21 second patch update: here’s what it brings!
Apart from frame rate optimization and new balance change that we mentioned earlier, the second patch update brings a lot of things to the game. While we can not talk about each and everything, here are the key improvements and additions.
With the second patch note, players will no longer be removed from the online matches when greening shots due to divergent settings. The overall audio logic that is used for announcer, crowd, and more is now improved even further. The key most improvement is going to be the frame rate performance for Switch which was something much needed. There have been various improvements in the gameplay experience. Some of them include – reduced first step acceleration, lowered effectiveness of pull-up jump shots, improved responsiveness of shots, general improvements to defensive movement, and much more.
The patch note also mentions notable fixes in MyCAREER, myTEAM, and myLEAGUE mode. For complete information, we will recommend checking out the official patch note itself.