A member of the Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry indeed is a uncommonly talent basketball player. His jump shot almost is perfect especially last season his excellent showing. Actually, he firmly claimed to break NBA2K16.
Visual Concepts make effort to take a path help players to defend the Warriors, NBA2K17 is emphasis on more realistic experience for players such as players can control overall basketball court, This is a big responsibility.
Steph Curry finished the 2015-16 NBA season hitting more than 51 percent of 3-point shots that he took between 28 feet from the basket and the half-court line, which is 43 feet from the backboard. The rest of the NBA shot less than 21 percent from that range, according to U4NBA.
That performance was so incredible that NBA 2K16, although it offered an acclaimed simulation of basketball, could not initially account for it. Senior producer Rob Jones told me in an interview last week that developer Visual Concepts designed the game with a "significant drop-off" in shot accuracy beyond a certain distance past the 3-point arc. That turned NBA 2K16’s version of Curry into a mere mortal when it came to shooting deep 3s.
"He’s the only guy that’s actually doing it," Jones explained. "Nobody else is coming down, getting to the hash mark, or getting to the circle, and going, ‘Well, I’m shooting from here, forget you.’ And so we didn’t want to make that change without being able to individualize that to the one person currently who’s doing it."
NBA 2K16 has a plan to keep Steph Curry from breaking the game — and we could all be the winner.
The key was to ensure that other skilled long-range shooters couldn’t match Curry’s ability to hit 3s from way, way out — not even his fellow "Splash Brother," Klay Thompson.
NBA2K17 soon to be release on september 20, games players can pre-order it four days early, nonetheless, let's us together to anticipated the drastic video basketball game.