NBA 2k21 Update 1.11 Today, April 12 - Zen Cheating Hotfix
What's in the NBA 2k21 update from today, April 12?
It’s always exciting when a competitive multiplayer game gets an update that helps get rid of cheaters. NBA 2k21 did just that today.
NBA 2k21 is the sports game that is leading the way in terms of what a next-generation sports title can be.
Today it received a hotfix that players have been wondering about as there’s been no official word on what exactly is new or different.
Here’s everything you need to know about the NBA 2k21 update from today, April 12.
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NBA 2k21 Update April 12
To be clear, there has been no official word from 2k21 developer Visual Concepts about what today’s update changed. However, through unofficial announcements, we’ve been able to put together at least one of the patch’s main focuses: fixing the zen aim cheating issue.
According to a tweet from Mike Wang, the gameplay director for the NBA 2k series, an update to fix the zen aim cheating issue was set to come early this week.
The issue allowed cheaters to score extra points by exploiting a bug in-game. Additionally, Ronnie Singh one of 2K’s digital marketing directors tweeted this morning, “Zen be gone” alluding to the fix.
For now, it seems like the NBA 2k21 update from today, April 12, only focused on that one issue, but unless official patch notes are released from either 2K or Visual Concepts, we just don’t know for certain.
NBA 2k21 Review
For more on NBA 2k21, make sure to check out DualShockers’ review of the game. In his 7 out of 10 review, reviewer Grant Huff said, “now that Visual Concepts can take advantage of more powerful technology, the lines between reality and make-believe are starting to blur.” You can find the review right here.
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