FIFA 22 is a forthcoming football simulation video game developed by EA Vancouver and EA Romania- releasing on 1st October 2021 on platforms like Windows, PlayStation4, PlayStation5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch. FIFA 22 will be available in two editions, Standard Edition and Ultimate Edition. Even though the previous versions had the Champion Edition, FIFA 22 will not have this edition. It will have two modes: Single-player mode and Multiplayer mode.
Well, in the FIFA series, the goalkeepers have always been criticized for not saving the goals. The goalkeepers always make mistakes, and that provides the opponent team to score more goals. In this upcoming version of the FIFA series, FIFA 22, the developers have changed this and made the goalkeepers more challenging. This time it will be hard for the players to score goals easily. To achieve more goals in FIFA 22, players have to find out how to use low-driven shots. In this guide, we’ll help you find out the way to score low-driven shots.
How to Score Low Driven Shots in FIFA 22
The low-driven shots are not always the accurate ones, but these shots are powerful enough to go inside the net even before the goalkeeper could react. The controls of the low-driven shots remain the same in this edition- if you are playing in PS4 or PS5, hold L1 and R1 together to shoot; if you are playing on Xbox Or Xbox Series X/S, press RB+LB+B. However, in both cases, you need to direct your shot using the left stick of your controller. While taking a low-driven shot, keep in mind that you have to hold both buttons; otherwise, the shot type will change. If you press only L1, then the shot becomes a Chip shot and if you press the R1 button, it’ll become a Finesse shot. Also, don’t press the buttons for too long, or your shot becomes an over-powered shot.