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NBA 2K17 was updated to version 1.12 late last week, but 2K isn’t done making minor tweaks to the game. Studio gameplay director Mike Wang recently tweeted about a key adjustment that will make shooting harder under some circumstances.

As noted in the tweet below, “you will see a slight reduction in the frequency of green releases but a boost to full white bars.” The adjustment is designed to “make attributes more meaningful [because] the over abundance of greens is bailing out a lot of guys who shouldn’t be able to shoot.”

In terms of what this means for raw gameplay, the purpose is to make the percentage stats in NBA 2K17 more accurate. Skilled players with the ability to shoot three-point shots will be able to do so with greater frequency, while those without the percentage will miss more over time. Shooting was also refined earlier this week in preparation for NBA 2K18 code.

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NBA 2K17 patch 1.12 started going live April 7, and it offered a small assortment of fixes for double team logic, dribble size-up combos, collisions and more. While helpful, several glitches to trophies and badges remain unsolved.

NBA 2K17 is available now on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.

What do you think of the shooting changes made in this update? Have you enjoyed playing since patch 1.12? Tell us in the comments section!