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Try out different skills and formations until you find the playstyle that works best for you.
You can also customize your team’s tactics, so adjust the settings based on the strategy you want to follow in your game.
Use sprinting cautiously. You can easily lose the ball while sprinting, so make sure you only do it when you have a clear path.
One of the new gameplay techniques added is strafe dribbling, which lets you strafe with the ball. Hold down the shoulder buttons to strafe dribble, and use this technique to get away from opponents.
A free kick system has also been added, so practice using it so you can make the most of it in your games.
Timed Finishing returns from the previous game, and it will definitely help with both free kicks and scoring in general. Practice it to get the timing down to improve your accuracy for the shots you make.
New passing techniques have been added as well, so practice them and use them according to the situation.
Tackling now has different power levels by letting you hold down the button to charge up your tackle. Sometimes a charged up tackle will be most effective.
When defending, switch to directly control your defenders (rather than leaving it up to the AI, which was possible in previous games) and jockey in order to stop the other team.
You can also ask your goalkeeper to intercept a cross, which is a useful—if risky—maneuver, so keep in mind when you should take the risk.
There are many skills, special techniques, strategies, and new mechanics you’ll want to take into account when you go on the offensive. If you’re looking for tips on how to be a better attacker and score more points, use the video tutorial below for help.
Defending is a critical part of the game, and in FIFA 20 you can no longer leave it up to the AI to defend for you. This means you’ll need to practice your defensive skills in order to stop your opponents from scoring. If you’re looking for tips on how to be a better defender, use the video tutorial below for help.
11 new celebrations have been added: