NBA 2K20 – Patch 11 Is Here

NBA 2K20 just received a new patch. Here are the issues fixed by Patch 11. In some cases, MyPlayer couldn’t do an alley-oops dunk even if it had the necessary rating. You will be glad to know that this is no longer the case. The MyTeam issue that prevented certain accessory colors from being used for player-created or customized assets was fixed.

Another annoying MyTeam bug caused the ball to drop really slowly when players were using the ball drop mechanic. This issue was also fixed. When playing MyTeam, players’ Collector Level would become zero after they sold cards in bulk. This was a rare occurrence so you may not have experienced it, but it was a real hassle when it happened. If you were one of the affected players, you will be glad to know that it was fixed.

Patch 11 is a relatively small update but it takes care of important issues. We are glad to see that the NBA 2K20 team is hard at work especially now when many players are using the game as a way to pass the time during the coronavirus quarantine. The update is automatically applied as long as the machine you are playing on has an internet connection. Players expressed some concerns regarding the stability of the servers. All online services, games included, are experiencing troubles because many people are using the internet for work, social interaction, recreation, and other things.

If you are looking for things to do in the game, check out MyTeam. New cards are still rolling out. Don’t miss the chance to get Galaxy Opal Melo, T-Mac, Bol Bol, and many others. Keep an eye on Twitter for locker codes that allow you to get new cards for free.

The NBA is on hold due to the coronavirus outbreak, but several NBA 2K20 events can keep you entertained. If you miss watching NBA games, check out the new Players tournament. Several NBA players have switched from the real court to online games. The tournament features two rounds, two quarter finals, and one final event. The winner gets to choose a charitable organization that will receive a significant amount of money.

NBA 2K20 is also used to simulate the NBA games. Check out the weekly simulations to see how your favorite team fares according to the game. The NBA 2K League is also on hold but there’s a new online tournament to check out. Follow the Three for All Showdown contest to see members of the community play against members of the League. If you need NBA 2K MT coins, remember that MTStacks is here for you!


(Contributed by Reda; Edited by Hermes_Fang)