NBA 2K Coins will find a free demonstration Aug. 24 for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and together with it, players can try out the overhauled"Guru Stick," the ideal thumbstick commands that for the last decade have completed everything from shoot shots to juke, fake, and add razzle dazzle to somebody's dribble moves. Mike Wang, Visual Concepts' gameplay director for the NBA 2K series, dug into the Pro Stick changes in a blog article Thursday morning that announced the demonstration's availability. Taking a shot with the Guru Stick (a button command also begins a shot) is now done by holding the right stick down, only. In past versions of the game, one could hold the rod in any way, and it would cue up a context-appropriate shot effort. That holds true for beginning layups and dunks. NBA 2K21 Fans Can't Wait For 2KDay "So instead of trying to block the shot meter when you reach the ideal discharge window, you fix the Pro Stick in real time to hit the perfect center aim stage," Wang explained. "The goal window resizes dynamically based on player skill, shooting range, and how well the shot is contested, and can also change to the left or right depending on the shooter's degree of difficulty." Wang stated in his blog article a slew of signature defensive motion styles were added to NBA 2K21, to complement the signature dribble fashions introduced in NBA 2K20. "Along with this, motion has undergone several refinements, both with and without, to provide a more consistent and more responsive feel on the sticks," explained Wang. However, with the release of the latest edition of NBA 2K, Dub Nation can have a sneak peek of what Curry,'' Thompson Buy NBA 2K MT and the remaining Warriors may look like on the ground next year.