3 Important Tips to Play FIFA 19 Better
Use L2/LT to keep first touches close
A fancy first touch isn’t always the best option, especially if you’ve got a couple of defenders nearby. To keep the ball close to you, hold L2/LT as you receive the ball, and press the left stick away from the nearest defender. It’ll practically stick to your foot, and if you carry on holding L2/LT, your player will use their body to keep the defender at bay.
Tackle the sliders
FIFA 19 is fast and furious, and it’s on the arcade-y end of the football sim spectrum. But if you feel like chances are too easy to come by, or you just want games to unfold at a slower pace, then you can easily tweak every aspect of the game, and it’s all readily available in the main menu.
The first place to start is knocking Game Speed down to Slow in the Game Settings, which will generally make it harder to craft openings. You might want to turn the half length up to 8-10 minutes to begin with, just to see how you get on.
But you can do so much more with gameplay sliders (in Game Settings > User Gameplay Customisation), which will let you change everything from player sprint speed to the margin of passing error, or let you decide just how high and wide defensive lines should be by default.
You should probably only change them when you’ve got a good handle on how the game plays, or alternatively copy the ready-made sliders settings you can find online. The Operation Sports sliders are usually a good bet.
Put players’ names above their head
This might seem simple, but it’s very useful for scoring goals. If you’re using a zoomed out camera – we’d recommend Tele Broadcast with a zoom of three – players tend to all look the same. You need to know which player you’re controlling so that you know which is their dominant foot, as well as what skill moves they can pull off.
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