Snipecity98XB1 wrote: »
Happens all of the **** time, makes me raise my eyebrows when people say there's nothing like ice tilt or balancing when certain things happen at the most specific times. I love skating in on a breakaway just to have the defense skate 1,000 times faster to catch up regardless who it is. While that player is clearly getting a boost, the offensive player on the breakaway is sort of skipping or slowly jittering to slow him down, it's the weirdest thing but it's 100% there.
symmer1983 wrote: »
There is definitely something wrong with the camera as this issue is in NHL 16 as well. Upon entering the offensive zone there is definitely a stutter that occurs (I play on classic camera).
KoryDub wrote: »
Something like that?
GandhiShotMe wrote: »
That's not the issue. It's when going at top end speed the the camera kind of jutters and your player's top end speed kind of lags a bit and he jutters rather than fluidly skating up ice. I've never seen that incident before.
RedBull1973JL wrote: »
I think I know what the OP is trying to say here. You could be skating full-speed into the offensive zone and all of a sudden it's like your skater's skates slip a bit which kills some of your momentum to allow everybody else to catch up. This is only for a matter of one or two strides where this happens. Your skater doesn't animate any differently during these few strides either. It's simply just like you covered half the normal distance during this one or two steps and then you are back to normal.
That's what that "stutter" looks like to me any ways.
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