NBA 2K22 Patch 1.5 Notes: Latest update fixes camera angles, badge uploads, and more.


On Wednesday, 2K released its fifth patch for the PS5 and Xbox Series X / S versions of NBA 2K22. The latest update restores the traditional broadcast cameras that many longtime 2K gamers have been using for years.

Before the patch, you couldn’t access these cameras when you were in MyNBA mode. In addition to restoring the broadcast cameras, the latest patch also “dramatically improved the loading speed” when entering The City after being in one of the buildings.

The wait time was not as we expected from next-gen consoles since their release in 2020. One of the main selling points for the PS5 and newer Xbox systems was the almost non-existent load times for Games. It’s good to see something more in tune with the new experiences.

Popular YouTuber, BadgePlug took to social media to let fans know he’s seeing framerate improvement in the city:

Here’s a look at the rest of the updates in detail.

  • Additional stability improvements in an ongoing effort to improve your user experience.
  • Fixed an issue that caused City / Rec / Pro-Am / W Online games to be disconnected either before the game started or at the end of the game.
  • Fixed an issue with an error code that prevented some MyCAREER saves from loading in the city.
  • Significantly improved loading speed when entering the city from inside a building (apartment, recreation, Pro-Am, event center, etc.).
  • Improved frame rate when navigating the city on the Xbox Series X console.
  • Traditional broadcast cameras are again available for use in MyNBA.
  • Fixed an issue where some MyNBA Online saves overwrite other pre-existing saves.
  • Gym Rat and On-Court Coach badges are now correctly applied to all badge loads.
  • Increased the speed required before a player jumps / falls into or over the front row of the crowd via momentum.
  • DJ Booths will no longer allow tips near a Quest NPC.

If the Xbox crashing issues are resolved and the MyNBA Online instability is resolved, NBA 2K22 could be stable enough to be left alone from a major fix standpoint – at least until the next Seasons update. – which will hopefully not create one. new problems. Crossed fingers.

Brian Mazique worked as an insider in the NBA 2K League from March to September 2021.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here