This is definitely a thing. Paid attention to it in last couple BR and co op games. 90 plus percent of my pitches are perfect input and same for opponents ( good maybe the other 10%). Everything absolutely dotted.
I always use meter and I’ve noticed it’s hit and miss but haven’t played much since the update. I do think it needs to be adjusted some because even perfect pitches will miss by a foot of where your intended pitch would go. Either way I’ve learned to deal with it but I think it could be better. Hopefully the update did fix it some.
Reeeeallly stupid question: Haven't really seen a difference from the regular PS4 (not a pro) other than birds and stadium creator. I opened up the system and went straight for The Show and was playing within 20 min.
Am I playing the PS4 version on my PS5 or is there some other PS5 version I'm supposed to download?
You may not be seeing a difference in graphics quality if you are using the same monitor as the PS4 and it's maxed out for the PS4. When I moved from my PS4 to my 5, I already had a 4k monitor, so I saw the difference right away.
He has to be the top hitter during the period he played. Last season he had his 500th HR, this year 3000 hits. I know he sometimes goes overlooked because he didn’t hit more home runs, but he is the best pure hitter of his time.
I don't know if it does this on PP but it sounds like it,it definitely does on analog- if you are off on your release timing,it changes the release point which changes where the pitch goes and the par around it. like if you aim down and in and are early, the new aim point would be more up and in with a new par from that point.