In the beginning, players are greeted with a blue loading screen that typically takes a long time (maybe even long enough for some snack foods during the game). In terms of gameplay, however, you're getting a lot of fun NBA 2K Coins, due to some significant changes to the AI's basketball IQ and the shot counter reintegrated into the game's much more sophisticated fatigue system.
Graphically, it was much better than 2k22; however, it turned out a little sluggish on certain occasions, which is understandable due to the nature that my computer is. Some hairlines were very inaccurate However, they are not inadmissible. The shot meter, designed to be able to work with a player's fatigue meter, takes time to get used to being used by someone who plays as casually as possible.
Player movement has leaned towards basketball-IQ. As an habit, I have always made my player go through the perimeter in an uninspiring way to drive into the court. However, the upgraded AI player is able scan the entire perimeter and make it necessary for the player to stop short and use more tactical approaches to help the team score. This allowed players to seek out new ways to identify the open man.
The technological advances, to me have made Pro mode feel like Hall of Fame mode and for the first time, I was able to adjust my shot meter so that it aligns that with the percentage. MyCareer's evolution over time has been consistent, if not a generic.
While the formula remains unchanged, 2k22 has introduced several tweaks and an interesting plot that explores the rise of social media influencer who would like to get into the professional world, which is in line with the introduction of the YouTube highlight reels that are now available to the professional league Cheap 2K22 MT. Contrasting with the rookie showcase NBA draft stories, this shows how MyCareer feature has advanced.