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FIFA 16 PC Custom Controls Guide

10/28/2015 / Comments Off

FIFA 16 PC custom controls guide to help you customize PC controls and any other game controller.

In case you’re playing the game for the first time or are familiar with other football games, this guide provides an overview of everything you need to know about the game’s controls on PC.

FIFA 16 PC Custom Controls Guide

FIFA 16 PC Custom Controls

In addition to default controls scheme, you can change the keybindings to your preference and choose between 3 controller configurations – Classic, Alternate, and 2-Button.

If there is something else you’d like to know, make sure to let us know in the comments section below:

Keyboard and Mouse

Attacking Buttons

Through Ball – A
Lob Pass/Cross/Header – S
Shoot/Volley/Header – Left-click
Short Pass/Header – Right-click
Player Movement – Mouse
Pace Control – Mouse
Sprint – Mouse
Teammate Run – R + Mouse
Player Run/Modifier – Left Shift
Finesse Shot/Modifier – D
Tactics – Up arrow
Mentality – Left arrow/Right arrow
Custom Tactics – Down arrow
Skill Moves – Scroll wheel
Pause – Esc
Help – F

Defending Buttons

Jockey – Mouse
Sprint – Mouse
Change Player – Left Shift
Mark Man – R + Mouse
Tackle (Push or Pull) – Left-Click
Contain – Right-Click
Teammate Contain – D
Sliding Tackle – S
Rush Goalkeeper – A (Hold)
Tactics – Up Arrow
Mentality – Left Arrow/Right Arrow
Custom Tactics – Down Arrow
Pause – Esc
Help/Control the Goalkeeper – F

Third-Party Controllers

Attacking

Through Ball – A
Lob Pass/Cross/Header – S
Shoot/Volley/Header – Left-Click
Short Pass/Header – Right-Click
Player Movement – Mouse
Pace Control – Mouse
Sprint – Mouse
Teammate Run – R + Mouse
Player Run/Modifier – Left Shift
Finesse Shot/Modifier – D
Tactics – Up Arrow
Mentality – Left Arrow/Right Arrow
Custom Tactics – Down Arrow
Skill Moves – Scroll Wheel
Pause – Esc
Help – F

Movement

Move Player – L
First Touch/Knock-On – RT + R + Direction
Skill Moves – R
Stop and Face Goal – LB + No Direction
Stop Ball – RT + No Direction
Sprint – RT + Direction
Protect/Slow Dribble/Jockey – LT + direction
Face Up Dribbling – LT + RT

Attacking

Short Pass/Header – A
Lob Pass /Cross/Header – X
Through Ball – Y
Shoot/Volley/Header – B
No Touch Small Feints – LB
No Touch Big Feints – LB + RT
Manual Protect – LB + LT
Chip Shot – LB + B
Finesse Shot – RB + B
Fake Shot – B then A + direction
Fake Pass – X then A + Direction

Advanced Attacking

Hard Stop Protect (when Dribbling) – L2
Hard Stop – RT + LT
Lobbed Through Ball – LB + Y
Bouncing Lob Pass – RB + X
Low Cross – X (x2)
Ground Cross – X (x3)
Early Cross – LB + X
Dummy a Pass – RB (Press and Hold)
Cancel – LT + RT
Flair Pass – LT + A
Flair Shot – LT (Hold Down) + B
Driven Ground Pass – RB + A

Defending

Change Player – LB
Switch Player (Manual) – R + Direction
Tackle/Push or Pull (when Chasing) – B
Sliding Tackle – X
Clearance – B
Jockey – LT (Hold Down)
Contain – A (Press and Hold)
Teammate Contain – RB
Running Jockey – LT + RT
Pull and Hold (when Chasing) – B (Hold)
Quick Get Up – X
Fake Tackle – A Tap

Tactics

Offside Trap – On D-Pad: ↑ then ↑
Team Press – On D-Pad: ↑ then ↓
Swap Wings – On D-Pad: ↑ then ←
CB Joins Attack – On D-Pad: ↑ then →
Change Mentality – On D-Pad: ← or →

Goalkeeper

Drop Kick – B or X
Throw/Pass – A
Charge/Drop Ball – Y
Stay on Goal Line – Y (x2)
Pick Up Ball – RB
Switch to GK – Back

Free Kicks

Ground Pass – A
High Pass/Cross – X
Curled Shot – B
Driven Shot – LB + B
Wall Jump (While Defending) – Y
Wall Charge – A
Move Wall – LT or TR
Wall Creep – RB
Call 2nd Kick Taker – LT
2nd Kick Taker Curled Shot – LT + B
2nd Kick Taker Layoff Pass – LT + A
2nd Kick Taker Layoff Chip – LT + X
2nd Kick Taker Run Over Ball – LT + B then A
Call 3rd Kick Taker – RB
3rd Kick Taker Curled Shot – RB + B
3rd Kick Taker Run Over – RB + B then A

Corners and Throws

Corners – Lob Pass – X
Corners – Low Cross – X (x2)
Corners – Ground Cross – X (x3)
Corners – Cross – A
Short Throw In – A
Short Throw In (Manual) – Y
Long Throw In – X
Move Throw In Receiver – LB

Penalty

Shoot – B
Finesse Shot – RB + B
Chip Shot – LB + B
Goalkeeper Dive – R + Direction
Goalkeeper Move Side to Side – L + Direction

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How to Defending Tips in FIFA 16

10/12/2015 / Comments Off

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Below are a series of basic tips on defending in FIFA .

1. Keep Calm

The most important for gamers new to the game is probably to stay calm and not to hastily run to the opposing player. 

2. Keep Your Defender on Position

It quickly gets caught up as a defender runs the midfielder on the attacking half. One can certainly do that if one gets a counterattack with a loss of the ball. Missing the central defender in the defense can end badly.

3. Perform Slide Tackle Only If Necessary

As mentioned above you can start pretty backwards when in defending by just running towards the opposing players and performing a sliding tackle in the hope of scoring the ball. In many cases, it does not happen. You should just use slide tackle if it’s really necessary. 

4.Pay Attention to the Persistence of the Defense

If you go too far with the defensive players and expose a hole in the defense, it’s not only dangerous but also affects the endurance of your defenders. When it then comes to a sprint duel, you have already as good as lost if no enough endurance is available. Therefore, don’t sprint too much, at least not when it is not absolutely necessary.

 

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Top 10 Heaviest Players

10/12/2015 / Comments Off

We’ve gone through the stats and picked out the top ten FIFA 16 heaviest players and the list is a nice mix of familiar faces and names we had forgotten about a bit. These may be players that you want to sign in Career Mode or Ultimate Team or even just to use against your mates to bully their players. Here’s the list in full.

1: Adebayo Akinfenwa (AFC Wimbledon) – 110kg


TOP 1

2: Kristof Van Hout (Westerlo) – 110kg

3: Ishmael Miller (Huddersfield) – 102kg

4: Bill Hamid (DC United) – 102kg

5: Carl Ikeme (Wolves) – 101kg

6: Andrew Wolverton (LA Galaxy) – 101kg

7: Lars Unnerstall (Fortuna Dusseldorf) – 100kg

8. Chrisopher Samba (Dynamo Moscow) – 100kg

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9: Viljar Myhra (Odd) – 100kg

10: Rene Gilmartin (Watford) – 100kg

 

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1 PSG Player Understimated in FIFA 16 Stats

10/12/2015 / Comments Off

Football video games are becoming more and more true to life with each passing year, and EA Sports’ latest instalment of the successful FIFA series, FIFA 16, is no exception. French champions Paris Saint-Germain have evolved into one of European football’s powerhouses since their acquisition by Qatar Sports Investments back in 2011. Their development has been accurately tracked by their transformation into one of the strongest teams in the FIFA franchise.

PSG Player

However, EA Sports are not going to get every player 100 per cent accurate in each edition, and one of the PSG players who is underestimated by his FIFA 16 statistics is midfielder Thiago Motta.

The Italy international is a key player for Les Parisiens under coach Laurent Blanc and is still very much underrated by many in the footballing world. That is reflected in the 33-year-old’s attributes in the latest FIFA game.

Although Motta is physically and mentally accurate in FIFA 16, the virtual version is not as technically proficient as his real-life counterpart, and his overall rating of 81 is arguably lower than it should be.

Perhaps a combination of the Azzurri star’s age and consequent physical decline has detracted from his overall score, but a closer look at his individual characteristics shows that one or two could be raised higher to make the PSG No. 8 more influential on the game.

Motta’s crossing, at 66, curve on the ball, at 67, free-kick prowess, at 67, and sliding tackle, at 75, ratings arguably should all be higher.

Although not renowned for whipping in crosses from wide mid-match, the former Internazionale man takes set pieces for the French capital outfit.

In order to make him more effective from them on the game, Motta needs his crossing and curve in particular to be adjusted to enable better delivery. As a corner taker with his left foot, he is a regular source of goals for PSG, even if he does not always provide them directly.

The Italian’s long shots, at 73, marking, at 72, and penalties, at 70, could all do with looking at as well.

Although Motta is not known for his prowess from long range, he is capable of scoring the odd screamer, and his shot-power rating should enable him to replicate that occasional habit in the latest FIFA offering.

As one of PSG’s most defensive figures on the pitch, the ageing star’s marking arguably deserves better than a rating of 72. When defending set pieces, Motta is one of the players who can most easily get to aerial balls thanks to his jumping and heading abilities. In order for Les Parisiens’ metronomic defensive midfielder to be able to play a similarly important role on the game, he would need to be better rated.

Finally, although not asked to step up and take penalties often in Paris, Motta is also good from the spot and deserves better than the 70 he has been awarded in FIFA 16. Witness his cool finish against Chelsea in the penalty shootout at this summer’s International Champions Cup for a demonstration of his ability from close range.

Despite his age, Motta remains one of the best in the world in his position. There are few players who can do what he does, and it was unsurprising PSG did everything they could to keep him this summer, ultimately tying him to a one-year contract extension.

Motta remains indispensable to Blanc and the Ligue 1 champions, and he is deserving of a higher technical rating in FIFA 16. This was perhaps neglected because of the way Motta silently and effectively goes about his job in the midfield.

In many ways, this is a compliment to the PSG man, as many still take him for granted despite the fact he has been an established figure in the European game for the best part of the last decade.

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