NBA 2K15 has had a rough launch to say the very least. Players have had varied success in connecting to many of the game’s modes, accessing all of the features as advertised. Apparently, NBA 2K15 developers have submitted a new patch for the game to Microsoft and Sony for certification, and it’s aimed at addressing MyPark connection issues “among other things”. The good news is that the NBA 2K15 patch will be available in the coming days.
A recent tweet from 2K Support has relayed the good news for NBA 2K15 players.
“#NBA2K15 patch has been submitted to Sony/MSFT, aimed at addressing (among other things) being booted off #MyPARK. Available in coming days.
It’s unclear what else the patch will address for NBA 2K15 players, but users have been reporting a myriad of issues with the game since launch. Complaints included numerous error codes that were seemingly tied to connection issues, VC Virtual Currency disappearing from player accounts, the inability to access Kevin Durant pre-order content, and others.
Look for an update for NBA 2K15 on PlayStation and Xbox Machines in the coming days.