The force of the impact is still there

  • While NBA 2K21 made only minor adjustments to its next-generation bow - -- new shooting mechanics, The City replacing The Neighbourhood It's safe to say it's clear that NBA 2K22 is more focused on change.

    It's an extremely solid iteration that addresses many of 2K22 MT the most notable flaws that were present in the previous experience. It's not a design change, but with that there is no competition on the market it's the best basketball simulator you can get for your money.

    As we've mentioned, NBA 2K22 has devoted large portions of its development efforts to addressing last year's more notable problems. It's a result that is familiar but is fresh in all the right ways. The NBA 2K series has always been a success in creating the most deep basketball simulator on and off the court. Most of your time spent playing basketball feels pleasant, refined, and, crucially, fun.

    The most significant changes of the year are added animations for offense as well as defense. Models are now able to move more smoothly and feel less spongy especially when they are in physical contact with the other players.

    The force of the impact is still there, but players can now pass over each other with more grace. In the past, I've been caught in NBA 2K22 MT PS4 an opponent's leg after crossing them up, ruining my own flow. It's over. A godsend.