Although we haven't had the chance to experience the NBA 2K23 shot meter yet a few players and celebrities already have.
Mixed opinions have circulated surrounding not only the shot meter but gameplay on offense as well.
What are they saying? Let's take a look at that below.
NBA 2K23 Shot Meter opinions
A few days ago, Scottie Barnes, the forward for the Toronto Raptors gave his thoughts on the NBA 2K23 shot meter.
Barnes said: "In Play Now, everyone's shot was slow. I don't really like the meter that much." Of course, this is just his preliminary opinion on the shot meter and it'll likely take some getting used to.
Cade Cunningham also echoed the sentiment when it comes to needing some time to adjust to the new NBA 2K23 shot meter.
In a piece posted on Paste Magazine, Cunningham is said to have mentioned needing some time to get the shot meter down.
So, what's the deal with the new shot meter? Let's take a look at an image courtesy of NBA 2K23 Leaks & Intel.
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Potential Shot Meter in NBA 2K23
Although the official shot meter in NBA 2K23 hasn't been revealed and probably won't for some time, we might have a leaked image of it.
From the Twitter account @2KIntel, an image of the shot meter was revealed. As you can tell, it's quite a bit different from the NBA 2K22 shot meter.
Apparently, this leak is from someone who had the chance to play the game and noticed the NBA 2K23 shot meter was different.
Still, this has yet to be confirmed by 2K but if players are talking about it, the shot meter has definitely been changed.
Content Schedule for August
The good news is that all of these unconfirmed leaks should be revealed in August which is when NBA 2K is planning on showcasing its gameplay.
From the NBA 2K23 shot meter to dribble mechanics and defense, we'll learn everything there is to know about the game.
Of course, with Mike Wang, the Gameplay Director of NBA 2K talking about the game we could have more reveals soon.
For the full breakdown on Wang's comments, follow this link.
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