FIFA 22 has finally been released in the UK and worldwide, however many FIFA players have found it difficult to score goals inside the box with the new gameplay.
The day has finally come – FIFA 22 has been fully released in the UK and worldwide, with EA Sports’ latest game officially out now on all platforms, including both next-gen and current-gen.
FIFA 22 has had the biggest gameplay overhaul in the history of FIFA, with the next-gen versions on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S features the brand new HyperMotion Technology, a new feature that combines full-team motion capture with advanced machine learning to produce over 4,000 animations.
However, with the new and improved gameplay being incredibly realistic, the speed of the game has slowed down, and many FIFA players have noticed that scoring goals has become extremely difficult.
Every time FIFA is released, it always seems there is a certain shooting technique that stands out from the rest as a way of increasing your chances of scoring goals.
Timed finesse shots, near post shots, chip shots and across the body shots are just some of the ways in which players have scored more goals in the past, but with the goalkeepers in FIFA 22 being so good this year due to their new animations, players have been left scratching their heads as they find ways to score.
But one FIFA content creator seems to have found a way to score goals from inside the box and exploiting an animation that ‘keeper’s don’t have.
FIFA YouTuber and Content Creator The FIFA Analyst uploaded a video to the streaming platform, explaining his method of scoring goals against the overpowered goalkeepers of FIFA 22 with a shooting technique that was also used in FIFA 21 – low driven shots.
A low driven shot can be performed by pressing the basic shot button (O/B) with the R1+L1/RB+LB bumpers simultaneously. This command will result in a shot that stays low to the floor with power – but be careful, the aim will be more sensitive, therefore increasing the chance of your player dragging the shot wide.
These types of shots are extremely effective inside the box from close range, with The FIFA Analyst explaining that it works so well due to the ‘keepers not having a very good animation to deal with it – therefore struggling to make a save.
You can also used timed finishing with these low driven shots, to give yourself a higher chance of scoring that vital goal!
FIFA 22 has been released worldwide on Friday, October 1, 2021, with the game available on Xbox One, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Stadia and PC.