The decision to go back to a traditional shooting system provides a higher level of precision and detail while using dribble movements. In many instances during NBA 2K21 did I activate the 'Pro Stick' by accident and 2K22 MT then get an airball that was unbalanced and unbalanced. It's also important to note that alley-oops require timed button presses in order to complete.
The lob's throwing can be easy enough, however the player who is finishing must press the button'shoot' in the green part of the timing meter to hit the ball. Although I'm not convinced that it's necessary however, I do appreciate the necessity of some degree of skill and finesse, even if they're not particularly difficult in the moment of game play.
On the defensive side, the biggest improvement is in the form of a new shooting system. I've have always felt that blocking in the previous NBA 2K titles felt lifeless and was ultimately a matter of chance. With the help of new animations and a more fluid sense of movement and motion, blocks feel more precise and strong, adding vital toughness to the game's fantastic centres, which I'm convinced haven't been really portrayed as threats previously.
Take a look at Wilt Chamberlain's Lakers or Bill Russell's Celtics and you'll be able to see the difference. The added feeling of precision and real-world realism is also evident in mid-air battles, since players in the ring feel more natural in motion.
Highlight reels from earlier games were often ruined or completely destroyed by sloppy animations that left my large men appearing like frozen robots in the air. In NBA 2K22, players can reach, swat, and defend in a manner that feels more natural and Cheap NBA 2K22 MT Coins is therefore more effective in the majority of defensive plays and situations.