Do you often struggle with shooting after breaking through the opponent’s defense? In NBA 2K24, players will often find themselves in trouble, unable to score due to poor shot timing despite their best efforts with the ball.
It’s partly a matter of skill though, and it takes practice to get every shot to go green in NBA 2K24. But there are some settings and tips that can help players improve the stability of their shot timing in NBA 2K24. So, here I show you how to make more shots in NBA 2K24! Become a better shooter in the game as quickly as possible!
How Does Green Shot Work?
The term Green Shot is defined as a shot that is perfectly released and has a 100% chance of scoring. It has to be fast, precise, and done within milliseconds. You can see your Green Shot in the green meter on the right side of the screen. And Shot Timing Stability is related to the presence and fatigue of players that affect jump shot timing.
Stable hitting during the game is very important to hit Green Shot. The mechanics are complex, but it all depends on your speed and precision. Therefore, for Green Shot, Shot Timing Stability must be considered.
However, if your character has higher Shot Timing Stability, then don’t worry as this won’t affect your chances of hitting the shot. What really matters is the accuracy of the shot during Green Window.
How To Green Every Shot?
There are multiple factors that go into whether your shot timing is within the green window meter. Most of them are related to game settings. The following tips will help you easily land Green Shot in NBA 2K24.
Use Jump Shot Boosts
Using Jump Shot Boosts is very important in the game. Not only does it help you increase your Jump Shot chances, it also improves accuracy. So it’s important to have them. However, it is a paid item, costing 1500 NBA 2K24 VC per game. But it’s worth spending as it will bring you enormous benefits.
Turn On Shot Feedback
Shot feedback is used to tell you whether shots are more effective early or late in a game. It will help you time your next shot perfectly. But by default, it turned this feature off in the game. So, you need to open it. The specific method is as follows:
First open the menu and go to “Options/Quit tab.” Then we click on “Settings,” and scroll down to “Shot Feedback,” and then find “All Shots.” At this point, you can complete your Shot Timing Visual Cue Settings.
Shot Timing Visual Cue Settings
But this NBA community emphasizes that Shot Timing Visual Cue Settings are somehow related to your early or late releases.
Don’t worry. You can find and fix this issue by going into settings and clicking “Controller Settings.” By default, your Shot Timing Visual Cue Settings remain Pushed.
However, we can’t recommend specific settings for this. You’ll have to experiment by changing it to Jump, Release, or Set Point to find what works best for you.
Close Jump Shot Meter
Finally, don’t forget to turn off Jump Shot Meter. You can turn off Jump Shot Meter by going into Controller Settings and changing Jump Shot Meter to off.
Since Jump Shot Meter is on by default, it can really mess up your shot. Turning off your Jump Shot Meter will improve your Green Shot status. And shooting feedback can help you a lot, so turning this feature off can lead to a lot of improvements.
The above are some of my tips and tricks for Green Shot and maintaining a higher Shot Timing Stability for your character. Hopefully, these strategies will help you become the top scorer when you compete!