Attacking in FIFA 15 has so many ways and different ways on formation and tactics, style of play and players will have different impacts. In other words, attacking combine the development play and work that openings and finishing chances appeared. When you compete with a excellent player, you may only get a few openings. Now, finding the best ways to react in different situation makes keys to put away those all important goals.
One of the key elements to success with hitting your opponent on the break is the special button, and this is the L1 button on PlayStation 3/4 and the LB button on Xbox One/360. If you are facing an opponent and you press this, it’ll tell that specific player to make a forward darting run into space and you can do this numerous times. Also, if you press this button immediately after you’ve passed the ball then that player that passed the ball to another teammate will then sprint forward down the pitch too.
Players are much more agile and responsive with the ball at their feet in FIFA 15, so it’s that bit easier to get past a marker and create space using a few simple but effective dribbling techniques. I’m taking players on in the final third of the pitch more in the new game than in any other version I can remember and – as well as being a very exciting way to play – it’s making a big difference to my attacks; I’m regularly creating good chances by dribbling past opponents and moving into space.
Improved control over the ball definitely helps with dribbling, but for me the key is being able to read a defender’s movement. If you can spot where the defender is and where they’re likely to be in a second or two then it’s often possible to use their own momentum against them with a well-timed change of direction, a burst of pace or even a short but complete stop – especially if they press the ball aggressively or sprint into tackles.
Now we’re going to talk about one-on-ones with the goalie and the whole goal at your mercy. Most FIFA 15 players and FIFA 15 coins buyer will just press the shoot button and either aim for a corner or hope for the best. This is not the way to guaranteeing that you will score a goal, instead you need to narrow the angle and swerve the ball around the keeper and into one of the top corners. What you’ve got to remember, is the finesse shot is completely OP and also it ensures that the ball curls around the hopeless goalkeeper so that he can’t get his hands to it to make the save.
We can give you a list that you should always remember before deciding to whip a ball into the opponents penalty box, and they are as follows:
Try and get to the byline
Always face in the direction that you’re crossing
Get the correct power on the cross according to where the player is positioned in the middle
Use strikers with fantastic physical and heading attributes
Watch for the centre-forward to see if he is in-between the two centre-backs
Now, for FIFA Ultimate Team, because the game is so heavily favoured around attacking, with forwards often boosted beyond all belief with card boosts, In Form cards and chemistry of 10 being WAY better than any head to head game, you have to be aggressive. The AI is awful in this mode as they have no chemistry rating, putting them at severe disadvantage.
When facing to opponents, you’d better hurry up fight to give your opponent pressure as more as possible. When your opponents suffer enough pressure, they will make more mistakes, and you will have more chances to attack. As you see, the faster build-up play and better attack in FUT 15 needs more linking style and higher tempo.