New features: Dribbling in FIFA 14

Jun 13, 2013

The dribbling has always been a favorite side of the game that football fans always love to see. Whether it be in a real life match, or any of the video games in general. EA have looked into this real carefully to try to get the best dribbling experience possible for their fans. Refer to EA Sports, Sprint Dribble Turns and Variable Dribble Touches have added much more moves for players on the pitch to perform. Skills being more essential to the whole performance of your midfielders.

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Sprint Dribble Turns – utilize quick, explosive cuts and turns to beat defenders one-on-one while sprinting with the ball. Players can move in any direction, preserving their natural momentum and maintaining possession of the ball. Sprint Dribble Turns enable players to turn in every direction even while sprinting at speed, which helps preserve the momentum while attacking.
Variable Dribble Touches – Variable Dribble Touches will distinguish the great players from the merely good. Top players will take the ball in their stride more easily and with greater control and require fewer touches during dribbling.

When you sprint in FIFA 14 the ball gets knocked further ahead of you, the faster you sprint and player attributes play a part as well. Messi’s dribble touches are tighter than Pique’s for example. In FIFA 13, if you knock the ball five yards ahead, all you need to do is hold the sprint and the game will transport you to where you need to be. In FIFA 14, that’s not the case and more than once we actually sprinted past the ball due to this new dribble free.

FIFA 14 will be launched on the PC, the PlayStation 3 from Sony and the Xbox 360 from Microsoft at some point during the fall. Let’s look forward to the new version of the game. By the way, if you want to buy FIFA coins online, you can turn to our online shop to purchase. You will enjoy the cheapest FIFA coins with the fastest delivery from us! Come to have a look and buy now!

By Renee

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