One of the more identifying parts of Park gameplay are Park moves, which include unique dribble animations, taunts and more.
After some negative response from the players, though, should Park moves be removed in NBA 2K21?
One of the most unique aspects of The Park are dribble moves which come from Park Handles. This is unlocked via Rep, and includes flashy dribble animations and taunts.
But due to the nature of these moves, they've come with controversy.
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A recent poll from NBA 2K Gameplay Director Mike Wang, shows the popular vote actually went to removing these moves entirely.
Park Move Controls
These Park dribble moves can be activated in different ways, but one problem is they're easy to make control mistakes with.
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And worse, when Park dribble moves do work well, they feel unbalanced and too strong in a game already catered to dribblers.
With the combination of these moves annoying players that use them as much as players that face them, we could see some changes coming to them soon.
Removing Park Moves
Park moves aren't universally enjoyed, but they probably shouldn't be outright axed from the game.
Park dribble moves are a signature part of the game mode, and add to the competitive atmosphere. And after nerfs in NBA 2k21 Update 1.02, things are moving in the right direction.
But to keep players happy, NBA 2K21 does need some changes around these dribble moves.
We expect this will come with a more consistent control setup to activate these moves.
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If changes do come, they'll likely be a part of Update 1.03, which already has some big gameplay changes revealed.