NBA 2K22 update version 1.5 patch notes aim to fix The City

  • When players have prepared enough NBA 2K22 MT in the game, NBA 2K22 brings a new update. This time it is the next generation getting some quick fixes based on the 1.5 patch notes. Here is the full content of the patch notes for the NBA 2K22 update version 1.5 next generation.

    The latest NBA 2K22 update has now been released on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. According to the download size, it is clear that there are not many major changes. The download size on PS5 is 301.8 MB, which is relatively small compared to the size of NBA 2K22. Although 2K calls it New Gen Patch Update 1.5, the name is different on different platforms. It is version 1.006 on PS5 and version on Xbox Series X|S.

    2K has announced the latest updated patch notes that will continue to improve the player's user experience and other stability improvements. Of course, for some players who want a better gaming experience, then they can buy NBA 2K22 MT. Fixed an issue where City/Rec/Pro-Am/W Online games may be disconnected before the game starts or when the game ends. Fixed an error code problem that prevented specific MyCAREER from being saved and loaded into The City. When re-entering the City from inside the building, the loading speed is significantly increased. Improved the frame rate when navigating the city on the Xbox Series X console.

    The traditional broadcast camera can now be used in MyNBA again. Fixed an issue that caused certain MyNBA Online saves to overwrite other pre-existing saves. Gym Rat and On-Court Coach badges are now correctly applied to all badge loadings. Increase the required speed before the player jumps into/falls into or crosses the first row of the crowd with momentum. When approaching the task NPC, the DJ booth will no longer allow tipping.

    Unfortunately, it sounds like their attempt to improve stability may have encountered obstacles on the PS5. PS5 found MyTEAM error and crash after NBA 2K22 update. Although 2K definitely hopes to reduce the problem after this update, it seems the opposite is true on PS5. The MyTEAM card image on PS5 seems to have been lost. That's not all, because when trying to load from MyTEAM to Domination, the game is now more likely to crash. For some PS5 players who have already Buy NBA 2K22 MT, this may be bad.

    2K has no news about these issues, but it sounds like their attempt to improve the stability of NBA 2K22 may fail with this update on PS5. Because these two next-generation NBA 2K22 updates are so close, players may see another update from 2K this week or next week to try to fix the problems caused by this update on PS5. Prior to this, players had better prepare some NBA 2K22 MT to improve their gaming experience.