EA releases 'NBA 2K17' Update 1.11 on Xbox One

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Ea has just released Update 1.11 for its ‘NBA 2K17’ on both Xbox One and PS4. The update was pushed out to resolve matchmaking issues that some users were experiencing, according to the games official Twitter account. This should increase online stability in modes like MyPark and MyTeam. The update is a rather large 7 GB, so its better to grab the update sooner than later.

Update 1.11 follows a patch last week that added All-Star tournament capability, including updated All-Star jerseys, rosters and the official court that will be used for All-Star weekend in New Orleans next weekend. There was also a reintroduction to Park After Dark, a club-like element with bright neon lights and the latest music in the MyPark playground. However players complained about not being allowed to come into games or randomly being kicked out, which last weeks patch attempted to fix. There are players still stating that they are unable to play the mode for extended periods of time.

In other ‘NBA 2K17’ news, YouTuber and Twitch gamer NykeFaller has managed to create a skin of former President Barack Obama onto a virtual player as part of the Charlotte Hornets. While this is not an official skin, it is nice to see the former President playing the sport that he loved so much. You can check out the video of the “new player” below.

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