I'll take a look at the new gameplay options available in FIFA

  • In today's deep dive, I'll take a look at the new gameplay options available in FIFA 23 to give my impressions of the features that can have an impact on the game, what impact (negative as well as positive) they have and if they have room to improve FIFA 23 Coins. To see the list of new features, let's go to EA's FIFA 23 website. In scoring FIFA 23 we'll make use of one of the standard 1-5 rankings, with 5 being "great feature" and 1 being "why did EA take the time to even consider adding this feature?" If you'd like to read my full review of FIFA 23, you can go here.

    The first thing on the agenda today is the vaunted all-new Power Shot. The new shot type is based heavily on your skill and includes a risk/reward situation that lets you unleash powerful shots on the opponent's goal.How to execute The Power Shots are: LB/L1 + + Shoot with a manual aiming

    When to use Power Shots Due to the fact that the animation takes quite a long time to complete, power shots should only be used if you have the space and time to execute the command. In most cases, any power shot attempted close to the 18-yard limit is blocked if its path isn't clear because the trajectory tends to be less flat in comparison to the finesse shots.

    Kudos on EA for introducing us to an exciting new shooting feature which, in particular, includes manual aiming. It's also a good thing to turn off the irritating zoom-in, which appears when the power shot is triggered. Overall, it's a nice addition to shooting.

    Set pieces have gotten outdated in FIFA through the years. Although free kicks are far too few for me to appreciate, when you do get one, they're more dynamic. Additionally penalties have been simplified for better buy FUT 23 Coins. In addition, corners haven't only copied the same mechanics as set pieces but have a more appealing camera view.