There is a way for players to give themselves a challenge in NBA 2K22 and that's by turning off the Shot Meter. Aside from the challenge, there are some other reasons why you'd want it off.
In this guide, we'll show you exactly how to turn off the Shot Meter in NBA 2K22 and the way that it'll impact your game.
Let's get started adjusting the settings and how to turn off the Shot Meter.
How to turn off the Shot Meter in NBA 2K22
So, turning off the Shot Meter in NBA 2K22 isn't very complicated, but you'll need to know which settings to access in order to do it.
You probably shouldn't turn the Shot Meter off unless you're comfortable with the shooting mechanics in MyCAREER and MyTEAM.
Without any further adieu, here is how to turn off the Shot Meter in NBA 2K22:
- Go into the Settings menu - in-game via Pause menu or Main Menu
- Select Controller Settings
- Find Shot Meter and set it to Off
You can also adjust it to where it'll only show up when the Pro Stick is active, on Free Throws, or the Shot Button.
Now, let's go over why certain players would want to turn off the Shot Meter in NBA 2K22.
Why players are turning off the Shot Meter
As far as we can tell, there are a few benefits of turning off the Shot Meter and it can benefit new players and experienced players as well.
This has become a pretty popular option in NBA 2K22 MyCAREER as players are getting more accustomed to how their MyPLAYER shoots. Applying the right Jumpshot Animation helps as well.
Using the right NBA 2K22 Badges help as well, but above all, these are the reasons why players are turning of the NBA 2K22 Shot Meter:
- Provides a challenge for you and your opponent (because they can't see your miss)
- Shots are given a boost when this setting is turned off
- Takes the stress off of you trying to nail the perfect shot
If you think you've got a good handle on your jump shot in NBA 2K22, go ahead and turn off the Shot Meter and see how you perform. You can always turn it back on if you need to.
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