by on June 29, 2020

It seems like there is some minimal effort to coordinate with NBA 2K MT ratings of this MyNBA 2K player personalities, but very little to match on skill level of the NBA 2K players. I am not crazy for thinking that both good and bad NBA 2K players could appreciate NBA 2K more if they had been matched with NBA 2K players of their skill level? The issue right now is that, at least based on what is visible to the consumer, the available measures that you'd use to infer skill are fairly lousy.

The MyRep tier is good, as unskilled NBA 2K players may play a lot of games, boosting their MyRep up. Of course there's win%, but once you start to do matchmaking based on ability, win% would no longer be an excellent step, since if the matchmaking is powerful, people's win% would stay around 50 percent. (If one NBA 2K player is good and another is bad, both will have winaround 50%, only one guy is doing it against great competition, and yet another is doing it at weaker competition, both paired to their own skill level.)

What about something like an Elo rating? This is a rating system used in games like chess to accommodate NBA 2K players into NBA 2K players of comparable degree. Your whilst accounting for the strength of your competitors, although it is a tiny bit like the RPI in college basketball, in which it's not about your win %. I mean, good NBA 2K players deserve to have additional good teammates rather than feel as"Dude, what's this random doing?" Bad NBA 2K players also deserve to enjoy NBA 2K, by playing people that are still similarly matched to their skill level. It doesn't seem like it would be tough to implement, either.

I agree, a few of my friends and me got back to 2k when quarantine began and we love to play with all the time to MyNeighborhood with each other. I can't say enough how annoying it is to be moving against a 95+ glock, and 2 95+ pure sharpshooters/offensive risks every game when my buddies and me are around 80-90. Doesn't matter if we change lobbies, go to various courts, etc. we're always completely under the level of our competitors.

But for the casual NBA 2K players NBA 2K isn't really friendly, moving against somebody who can green 7 seven threes in a game over the first two minutes gets really repetitive and isn't fun at all to Buy NBA 2K Coins to play against. Don't get me wrong it's not fun to lose but to play against insanely level NBA 2K players is not fun for my friends and me.


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