NBA 2K14: First Patch Released

NBA 2k14The first post-release patch for the current-gen version of NBA 2K14 hit the game this weekend, and it addresses a major exploit that was noticed within hours of the games October 1 release.

The exploit, which involves the game’s Virtual Currency system, allowed players to earn VC to upgrade their MyPlayer without doing the work to do so. Basically, players were able to save a game late in the fourth quarter, quit and load up the save and take the VC for completing the game. But it wasn’t just a one time issue, players were able to load the game save over and over to earn the VC winnings without playing a full game.

2K caught the issue within a week, and quickly worked to release a patch to nullify the exploit. The patch went live on Friday.

Sound off Gamesiders! Were you a player who took advantage of the exploit? Did you not even know about it? Leave a comment and let us know!


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  • TheNBA2kGod

    Yeah it worked perfectly 2k keep up the terrible work. Live here we come.

    • Steve Yglesias

      Lol stEAl unLIVE really your gonna spend money on a product dropped 3 yrs str8 haha….hey I got some used lottery tickets only stracthed once for sale SMH

      • TheNBA2kGod

        Live hasnt been out in years. You special?

  • JH

    Lame, I understand because of how it affects ultimate team, but to make vc universal for frickin everything, 4,500 vc for a sleeve for my player? 800 for a headband? How about eliminating the problem all together and make vc useful for only ultimate team and not make everything else so impossibly expensive.