Damian Lillard Also Struggling With NBA 2K21 Shot Meter

NBA 2K21 Players who are battling a rotating shot meter should not feel alone, as Portland Point Blazers star point guard Damian Lillard is also having trouble with it.

Lillard, the cover athlete for NBA 2K21K’s standard version is known for his shooting touch, with a career average of 43.7% on field goals, 37.3% on three-points and 88.9% on free throws. However, these percentages do not proceed clearly NBA 2K21.

Shooting mechanic in NBA 2K21 After the reaction was overhauled it was very easy NBA 2K20. With players responding to Lillard’s tweet with their own conflicts with the game’s shot meter, the developers have made shooting very difficult.

Shot meters have also received a share of their supporters, with some claiming that players will get used to it over time. Complaints with this feature have already pushed NBA 2K21 Gameplay director Mike Wang asked players to share tips for the feature, asking them to “be patient”.

The publicity generated by Lillard’s tweet helped raise the issue with 2K. Developer reported that it would implement adjustments to the shooting NBA 2K21, But only for lower difficulty levels.

NBA 2K21 on next-gen console

NBA 2K21 The controversy arose earlier due to the price of its PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X versions. The game would cost $ 70, representing a $ 10 increase over the game’s normal price for the current generation of games.

Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick later clarified that the publisher would consider a $ 10 price increase to increase development costs, on a “title-by-title basis” for the next generation of console games.

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