Get ready to strap on your cleats once more, because FIFA 23 is here. The yearly soccer simulation series returns with another new edition full of improvements, new technology, and even more content than the previous games. If you’re looking for the most realistic, engaging, and fun soccer game available on any console, then look no further than FIFA 23.
The game prides itself on being as close to real professional soccer matches as you possibly can get without ever touching grass. It does this through a mix of advanced animation technology, tactical options, and realistic opponent AI.
FIFA 23, like previous iterations of the series, has an option to create custom tactics. Making use of this feature is the difference between a newbie who is barely getting by and a veteran player who dominates every match. If you don’t want to feel like you’re constantly behind and trying to catch up, you’re going to want to learn how to use custom tactics, and use them well.
If you have several sets of custom tactics in your arsenal, you might want to know how to switch between them in-game. Thankfully the process isn’t too difficult, and here is how you can do that.
- In order to access the custom tactics you have set, you need to get to the squad menu when you’re playing Ultimate Team. If you don’t know how to get to the squad menu, it is accessed by pressing the left analog stick in the Ultimate Team main menu. In the squad menu, you’ll then press the Left Trigger on Xbox or the L2 button on PlayStation to get to the squad actions menu. Then, you’ll select custom tactics from the dropdown menu that is activated.
- Now you will be presented with a menu full of options. On the left side of the screen, you can change both attacking and defending styles, change positioning, and alter how all of your players move when they have possession of the ball.
- On the right side, you will change your team’s formation that they will start every play in. You can cycle through different formations until you find something that fits your style, and then press the Y button on Xbox or the Triangle button on PlayStation to lock the positions in.
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