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NBA2K21: Tips For Mastering The New Shooting Mechanics

Posted By best Ding     Mar 30    


As predicted, the new shooting mechanic has been the talk on the first official day of launch for MT NBA 2K21. In a word, most consumers locate making shots consistently to be: hard. Having logged some hours on the game myself, I concur this facet of NBA 2K is definitely harder. However, I am part of the group that doesn't wish to see anything changed. The gameplay is strong and a bit more strategic in every mode, and the alterations to shooting are largely part of this quality.

Having said that, here are a few shooting tips offered by 2K's own Mike Wang, the Gameplay Director on the series. The clicking of the left trigger is fresh to me, also I have been trying to implement it into my process. Aside from these types of hints from Wang, below are a few things I've recognized as an aid to boost shot-making and total offensive efficiency in NBA 2K21. This year, the badges have been MASSIVE, when you haven't obtained them and applied it to your MyPlayer, you may struggle to sink threes. I would argue that's how it should be for the sake of balance, skill gap and adding value to a major component of the game.

2K has fostered this green-light-obsessed community that acts almost as if the made basket doesn't count for as much if it is not a perfect release. And everyone who has ever actually played any kind of hoops understands that a made basket--even if it goes in like this...

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