The brand new skill move coming to FIFA 23 – Thick Accent

EA Sports’ highly anticipated title, FIFA 23, was recently officially unveiled.

In keeping with tradition, the game was revealed through a flashy trailer, showing irrelevant cinematic gameplay and meaningless buzzwords. Pretty standard.

This year’s term, created with the intention of wow gamers, is simply “Hypermotion 2.0”, which gives the game “more animations than ever before, you can imagine the excitement that drew it in”.

Nevertheless, the trailer had some nifty reveals, such as the official return of the World Cup mode at the time of the Qatar presentation. Other than that, player scans are sharper than ever, as are the overall visuals.

Fans also got a brief glimpse of the polished free-kick mechanic, which now includes an xg counter, because why not? Other information includes a first look at a brand new celebration, namely Christian Pulisic’s “Eye of The Tiger”.

With very little actual gameplay to watch, fans were left disappointed, and the trailer has since been criticized online.

The only new detail that generated hype seemed to be a silky new skill, performed by digital Joao Felix.

Skill moves in the game vary in power, as the most complicated maneuvers do not guarantee effectiveness.

Players often resort to simple ball rolls or casters that effortlessly pass tackles, dummies and rubber bands are added for extra style points.

Likewise, this brand new move may become a favorite, as it essentially combines rolling with misdirection. The skill itself is a back heel tap on the weak foot, which smoothly unfolds in a roll. Timed in tandem with a lunge from the opposite, the result will definitely be positive.

There are still months until the game is released and we are slowly starting to learn more and more, but it seems likely that players can expect this move to get spammed during online games.

Valerie J. Wallis