UPDATE ONE: Fans are still waiting to find out what has changed with today’s NBA 2K20 1.06 update.
A moderator from the official NBA 2K Reddit page suggests that today’s patch is focused on removing bugs and fixing the ongoing teammate joining issues, including loading into the wrong build and crashing while on the phone.
However, until 2K share official NBA 2K20 patch notes, we won’t be able to confirm these changes. If and when they are released, they will be listed at the bottom of this article.
ORIGINAL: NBA 2K20 update 1.06 is now rolling out on PS4 and Xbox One without patch notes. Fans flagged the new release on social media and confirmed it had another hefty download size.
According to fans, today’s NBA 2K20 update is over 20GB to download but won’t actually add that amount to the overall size of the game. And like with past updates, we don’t know what is included in this version.
Patch notes have not been released with the update, making it hard to know what has changed. 2K has been sharing patch notes following recent releases but they aren’t always that punctual.
So it could be a while before we get access to the full patch notes for NBA 2K20 1.06. There’s been plenty of chatter online regarding the state of the game and how it could be improved in 2019 and beyond.
This has been followed by a flurry of patch notes and updates from 2K, as they look to improve the overall experience.
The latest major patch notes were shared in September and included a short rundown of the biggest tweaks. As soon as patch notes are shared, they will be added to the bottom of this article.
It follows news of a new tournament being hosted by 2K called MyTEAM Unlimited
This will include $ 250,000 in the tournament prize pool and will be the second annual global competition using the MyTEAM Unlimited mode on Xbox One or PlayStation 4.
Contestants can choose any 13 player cards from their deck to compete in 5-on-5, head-to-head games with NBA rules.
“Qualifying is ongoing until January when 16 gamers per console will advance and compete in a single elimination tournament for a trip to NBA All-Star 2020 and the $ 250,000 grand prize,” a message from 2K explains.
“The winner of last season’s NBA 2K19 tournament, Xbox One champion Dymaris Jones (SkippTooMyLou) from Detroit, defeated PS4 champion and current NBA 2K League player Christopher Anderson (TurnUpDefense) from Las Vegas to win the grand prize during NBA All-Star 2019 in Charlotte.
“More than one million players took part in last year’s inaugural tournament, which saw more than 15 million qualifying games played over the five-month contest.”
Similar to last season’s tournament, Xbox One and PS4 contestants will play games in MyTEAM Unlimited mode to earn entry into Qualifier GameDays.
Ten Unlimited wins are required to participate in each GameDay, and contestants may compete in multiple GameDays.