MLB 2K8 Platform-Wide Fixes Coming Soon


I’ve yet to play MLB 2K8, but apparently owners of all versions (save for PSP) are reporting various playability issues. You know, like frame rate drops and other minor bugs. If you are one of these MLB 2K8 gamers having issues, worry no more as 2K Sports is hard at work readying remedies to ease your pain. Read this update note I just received for the specifics:

We have been made aware of certain gameplay experience issues within Major League Baseball 2K8 that may effect the enjoyment for some players, and we are in the process of testing downloadable updates for both the Xbox 360 and PLAYSTATION 3 versions. Specifically, the Xbox 360 update will increase the frames per second to help improve the overall gameplay experience, while another update for both the Xbox 360 and PLAYSTATION 3 will correct an issue in Franchise mode when playing as the San Diego Padres and attempting to move players to and from their minor league roster. These updates are currently undergoing technical review, and will be available for download shortly, free of charge.

We are also aware of certain gameplay issues with the Wii and PlayStation2 versions of Major League Baseball 2K8. While there is currently not an update available for these platforms, as they do not yet have the network capability to issue updates, our team is working tirelessly to find other alternative solutions to provide an improved gameplay experience. We appreciate the feedback from all of our dedicated fans, and will continue to provide other updates and information when available.

I’ll keep you posted as any additional update info is released.

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