2K and Visual Concepts have revealed many new details regarding their anticipated wee 2k Return from the series, and in addition to new images and all kinds of details about new modes and functions, we also take a look at the new control scheme for We 2k22 e Includes some important changes. Visual Concepts reworked the controls that were moving from We 2k19 for WWE 2k20, but have been reviewed much more in the 2K20 passage to WWE 2K22, and now we have a redesigned finisher and a characteristic movement scheme, as well as new light attacks and heavy, a new way of immobilizing opponents and more. We have a side by side comparison of the new controller design and the previous one below, so you can see the changes better.
Taking a look at the comparison of the control scheme in Xbox Next, you will quickly see some important changes. The biggest change is in the right trigger. The previous design had to use that trigger and to use Paybacks, but the new design takes it and adds several other main options. It still uses RT and to use Paybacks, but also use RT for finishers, RT plus X for firms and RT plus B for shipments.
The previous design also used B for a whip and Irish pins, but the pins now move to hit down on the right stick. You still use the right joystick to reposition the opponents, but it is not clear how you achieve the Irish whips now.
Perhaps it is related to the other important change, the face buttons. While and remains for reversals (now you keep and for blocks), the other face buttons have changed. Instead of a set of attacks, the attacks are divided into light attacks (x) and heavy attacks (A). The claws are now tied to button B.
Run is still the left trigger, and the objects that they collect are still tied to the left bumper. The right bumper is still the way it climbs objects (even inside and out of the ring), but it also uses it to dodge. The D-Pad is still used for teasing.
WWE 2K22 is scheduled to launch itself in March 2022, and the game is expected to reach next-generation consoles and many other platforms.
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