if by "ball physics" you mean "ball physics", then no, it won't change (or only marginally), it's already near perfect.
But if you mean "strike physics", then yes, it'll change.
By definition, ball physics apply to the physics of the ball in the air ; usually, it implies also the bounce physics, as the ground is static, so it stays relatively easy.
But strikes are a complete different beast where actually there's no real physics calculations and never will be ; there are only macro level approximations trying to look like real physics.
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