For the 2K’s newest addition Park After Dark, which is portion of NBA 2K17’s MyPark, at the same time, it can add a club-like element with bright neon lights as well as the latest music in the MyPark playground. Notably, 2K already got Snoop Dogg to guest DJ the first edition of Park After Dark, details date is on Saturday Nov. 26.
The debut of Park After Dark, according to the Twitter accounts of 2K’s Chris Manning and Ronnie Singh, was a success with many fans proclaiming it fun and new. Going into the first edition of Park After Dark, many of the issues that faced MyPark on a daily basis, such as players not being allowed to come into games or randomly being kicked out, were not fixed. It was only a matter of time before those issues reared its ugly head. And during Park After Dark, it did.
There were complaints about Park After Dark where players were waiting to get into games, but never made it into any games during the “party.” There were also complaints from players where they would be randomly kicked out from their games for no reason.
What’s more, players paid exorbitant amounts of VC for Park After Dark accessories and clothing and had to wait for almost an hour before games started. The narrative from those at 2K and the fans who participated in Park After Dark are significantly different. Here are some tweets from unsatisfied players.
It’s quite significant that this was the first night of NBA 2K17 Park After Dark, even if many deem that night one was a total as well as complete disaster. In addition to this, the team was got an idea from 2K, during those special nights, how many people would most likely be in MyPark so as to they can adjust accordingly. There is no doubt that it will be quite interesting. At present, many of the issues that fans reported will be fixed in another patch.