The next-gen version of NBA 2K21 is on the cusp of unhindered from Sunxuemei's blog

The next-gen version of NBA 2K21 is on the cusp of unhindered greatness, and hopes are so high that the approaching patch delivers the goods--or at least most of them. The major problems which were holding The City ago seem to have been addressed. The framerates have improved and contact dunks have been nerfed. It appears 2K is making its way through a listing of ancient troubles. Among the main areas in need of attention is the MyNBA style.2K blew franchise style fans' minds together with the concepts and reach of this revamped MyLeague feature.

I have spoken with people from 2K who've voiced a robust and proven desire to right the ship in these regions. Sooner or later, I am convinced it'll be fixed. However, the reality is, a few of the issues might need to be addressed over the course of a couple of updates. Crashes will and ought to take priority, but there's also a problem with player progression. If you operate a MyNBA with buddies, young star players experience depreciating ratings early in their careers, that's the opposite of what ought to be occurring in a franchise model. This may not sound like a big deal, but for fans who aspire to play more than one season with their friends --that is the entire point of the mode--they have a hard stop on their experience until this issue is adjusted.

At this point, MyNBA in all of its glory is a bit of a tease as there are a lot of the finest new features that aren't functioning as planned. While I have said I'm certain the problems would be solved, it would most likely be a good idea for 2K to post something on societal websites that acknowledges that the difficulties. As of this moment, almost every MyNBA fan is in the dark. They are just becoming more frustrated as the jobs and fun they were expecting to have is simply out of their grasp. The next 2K patch could be coming as soon as this buy mt week, so let us hope it stamps out those mode-ruining problems with MyNBA.

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