The NBA 2K community has had their voices heard and there are more updates on the way for NBA 2K18.
Per a 2K representative, I spoke with via email, one of them will address an issue with MyGM and MyLeague. One of the features that were supposed to be available for MyGM and MyLeague gave fans the opportunity to eliminate duplicates from their base roster when using players from Classic, All-Time and current teams.
That feature didn’t work properly as both filters would eliminate almost all of the elite stars in your player pool.
Per 2K, that bug will be fixed in an upcoming patch. There will likely be other fixes to those two modes and perhaps more in that update.
We don’t know exactly when this specific update will be available, or when the next title update for NBA 2K18 will go live, but it’s good to know work is still being done to improve the gaming experience.
One area 2K still needs to address is the offline create-a-player feature. The system was downgraded significantly in NBA 2K18 and many of the community’s content creators have pushed for some sort of improvement to this aspect of the game. Days after launch, a 2K rep said: “we can’t patch the old system back into 2K18 but we are working on adding as much into the next 2K18 patch (after day 1) as we can.”
We’re still waiting for that update. Other common issues are related to mode stability within The Neighborhood, clipping during gameplay as well as shot make-and-miss ratios. NBA 2K18 is one of the largest games available for any system, but there are areas that still need to be addressed in almost every mode.
Hopefully, fans will ultimately be treated to a game that can execute all of its brilliant ideas.