Xbox 360 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
After highlighting the numerous modes coming to EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup, we shift gears and focus on some of the key gameplay improvements. From new save animations for penalties to over-the-back header abilities, your FIFA World Cup experience will be unlike anything seen before in a FIFA World Cup title. Here are the five gameplay changes you can look forward to.
1. World Class Control
Response Dribbling allows players on the pitch to turn quickly at every possible angle and still maintain control the ball. Now, when you initiate the left trigger to slow a player’s speed, you will notice greater success when trying to beat oncoming opponents. Additionally, with new flicks, dribbles, and a Brazilian-inspired skill move, it will be even more satisfying to get by just about any defender
Pinpoint Passing introduces new animations and improvements that result in a crisper and more responsive pass. From outside of the foot curling cross to more realistic clearances, Pinpoint Passing allows for a more precise experience.
2. Set Piece Tactics
There are multiple factors to a successful set-piece. Players are constantly moving, trying to find an open space to provide options. Now you can direct teammates to make runs to the near or far post, the edge of the penalty area, or even have them crowd the keeper to help create a screen, all using the D-pad. On the other side, defenders will react accordingly to help guard the post and potential open spaces, while goalkeepers will direct teammates to cover unmarked players.