NBA 2K24 is one of the most anticipated basketball games of the year, and the developers have made some significant changes to the gameplay mechanics. One of the biggest changes is the shot timing visual queue, which has been updated for the upcoming game.
Last year, the shot timing visual queue was very early, early, late, and very late. This year, the developers have changed it to release jump set point and push all right. This means that you can now choose between release and set point for your shot timing.
The change to the shot timing visual queue is designed to make the game more intuitive and easier to understand for players. In my opinion, the closest settings you can get if you liked very early is jump if you liked early is set point if you liked late is Push, and if you want very late is release.
Once you have selected your preferred shot timing setting, the game will automatically adjust the timing based on your input. For example, if you are using the set point setting, you will need to hold the shot button longer than if you were using the release setting.
In terms of visual cues, the game has made it easier for players to understand when they should be releasing the shot button. When you are on set point, the ball will be at your forehead, and you will need to release the shot button at the same time as the ball comes out of the player's hand.
Overall, the changes to the shot timing visual queue in NBA 2K24 are a positive step towards making the game more accessible and intuitive for players. The developers have done a good job of making the gameplay mechanics easier to understand and allowing players to choose the settings that work best for them.