2K Sports has announced that they will be releasing a rather large patch for NBA 2K13 in the not so distant future. The patch will be the first the game has received since its release back in October. The patch has already gone out for certification to both Sony and Microsoft and that process usually takes somewhere between 10-14 days, unless they find some kind of issue with it and in that case it could take longer.
We aren’t sure if an issue delayed this release but we know that 2K Sports is late, previously they had revealed that they were aiming fora late November release which they are more than likely going to miss. Hopefully, they prove us wrong and that patch releases much sooner.
At this point we don’t have any details on exactly what the patch will entail but we don’t we do know that it will address a previously confirmed issue relating to Association and MyCareer modes having the second half of the season autosimmed following All Star Weekend. Outside of that, we don’t know anything for sure though the game definitely has more than a few bugs I’m sure folks would like to see fixed.
Until then, stay tuned to ZoKnowsGaming and as soon as we know the patch details we’ll have them right here for you.