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A new NBA 2K20 update has been released bringing the game up to version 1.10

NBA 2K20 1.10 Patch Notes have been confirmed by the 2K developers in a post on Facebook this evening.

As you'll see from the patch notes shared below, it's still a relatively brief list of the bugs, fixes and content updates that have changed since the release of the latest update on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

It's also been noted by players online that one of the games' infamous behind-the-back wrap dribbles has been nerfed.

"Previously, users could create tons of space with skilled characters by using this move. It made them almost impossible to guard on the perimeter," explains Forbes resident NBA 2K fountain of knowledge, Brian Mazique.

Here's are today's new 1.10 patch notes:

  • The following players have received Hair updates to reflect their latest real-life look: D’Angelo Russell, Austin Rivers, Nerlens Noel, Robert Covington, Jrue Holiday, Kelly Oubre Jr., Myles Turner, Marquese Chriss, Devonte Graham, Jordan Poole, Cody Martin, Terance Mann, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson.
  • The Duo overlay will now properly show badge upgrades in MyTEAM.
  • Button latency has been reduced when playing Pro-Am games, resulting in a more familiar user experience.
  • Addressed reported concerns where users could walk onto the court in specific Neighborhood games.
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Original Story – NBA 2K20 has this evening – January 22, 2020 – released a brand new update for the game on PS4 and Xbox One.

The update is rolling out right now and brings the game up to version 1.10.

Earlier updates for the game were usually released with massive file sizes, however, at the time of writing its believed that this new update is roughly 4.5GB on PS4.

Some of the previous NBA 2K20 updates were all over 20GB so this is positive at least.

However, update sizes for Xbox One are still unverified, with one redditor claiming to have a 79.85 GB download. We hope that's a mistake.

That being said, the same Reddit thread did also contain a message from another player who said:

"This might just be you, since my update was only 4.6GB"

For now, the release has not been confirmed in the form of an official tweet from 2K20 account and Mike Wang, the NBA 2K20 gameplay director, has also remained fairly quiet.

Equally, the NBA team have not always been forthcoming with providing full robust patch notes in the same way as say, EA Sports FIFA series.

Today's update is certainly coming out of the blue, so stay with us as we bring you all the known update changes as they become available.

NBA 2K20 1.10 patch notes (pending)

Confirmation Pending. As per the writers at Update Crazy, today's patch could contain the following amendments to the game:

  • Fixed MyPLAYER related issues.
  • Addressed network connection related issues.
  • Addressed crashing issues.
  • Stability and performance improvements.
  • Addressed stuttering and lag issues with NBA 2K20 patch 1.10.
  • Other under the hood fixes.

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