Our How To Guide For Sprinting On FIFA 14

FIFA 14 Sprinting Tips

FIFA 14 Sprinting Tips

Learn exactly how to get much more from Sprinting on FIFA 14 for the Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. Match magazine’s Darren Cross explains in-depth the basics for using this technique in the latest installment. It’s all about the timing and what scenarios you should implement it.

The Official EA UK YouTube feed posted a brand new video tutorial to give out some rather useful tips covering everything a player needs to know about using the sprinting feature. It’s available to watch for your viewing pleasure below.

In this years title, it’s not as simple to constantly hold down the sprinting button, the whole dynamics and game engine has completely changed for this years edition. The days of consistently running down the flanks is now a distant memory. So you’ve got to change your game-plan a bit, and think outside the box a little more.

When in possession of the ball, you now need to think about what you’re going to do with it, rather than just running down the wings and whipping in a cross. The gameplay is much more diversified this time round, so a rethink in tactics is in order.

Choosing players with terrific balance and ball control stats is the first great tip we give out to you for FIFA 14. These types of players will shield the ball much better than any other type of player, and therefore less likely to give up possession when you’ve got it.

Another great trick is to release the RT/R2 button when you spot that a player is more than close enough to you, so you can react in-time and retain the ball at your feet. This will allow you to slip your tight marker and twist and turn to shake him off rapidly.

Creating some open space is the best tactic to deploy, using standard and lobbed through balls is a fantastic way to unlock the opponents defence and get in behind them quickly. Your eye for detail is absolutely crucial to your success on the game, as this will be the key to sprinting successfully.

Have a good look at your opponents shape, and what way their body is facing, as this is a great indication of when to hit that sprint button. If there’s reasonable space to knock the ball forward and run on the end of it, then you should go for it.

Performing sharp turns is another fantastic way to take defenders on and beat them with pace, simply by running statically and then letting go of the RT/R2 button just as he’s about to tackle you, you can then turn your players body to the left or right to dodge the challenge. This method is extremely effective and one a lot more players are going to clock onto in the near future.