Madden NFL 24: How to Juke - MGW

Madden NFL 24: How to Juke

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What is a juke?

If you’re new to the game or just been sleepin’ on the moves, a juke is a sick sidestep move your ball-carrier busts out to finesse those tacklers. We’re talkin’ quick feet, mad agility, and straight-up sendin’ defenders to another zip code. No cap, if you’re looking to shake off tackles & snag some extra yards, this move is pure fire.

 

 

How to juke in Madden NFL 24

You can juke left, juke right, or hit ’em with the dead leg juke. Whichever way you go, you’re about to shake some defenders and create space to run and find those lanes for big gains.

 

Hold up, though, before we dive in. Keep an eye on those juke move ratings. Players with high ratings? Yeah, they got the juice. Their jukes are next-level, and that’s what you need when you’re trying to dodge tacklers. And don’t sleep on agility and speed either. If your player’s got the quicks, you’re gonna be a problem when you throw down those jukes.

 

 

Controls

Aight, let’s break it down:

 

  • PlayStation: Flick that Right Stick Left/Right for a Juke and Down for a Dead Leg Juke.

 

  • Xbox: Same thing here – Flick the Right Stick Left/Right for a Juke, Down for a Dead Leg Juke.

 

  • PC: Hit A for a Left Juke, D for a Right Juke, and S for that sneaky Dead Leg Juke.

 

For all you next-gen players out there, Madden NFL 24 is bringing you the realness with the FieldSENSE technology on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S. It gives you a more fluid and realistic experience, allowing you to control how you dodge defenders with style and precision…

 

 

Tips to juke like a boss

  • Timing is everything: No cap, the key to a killer juke is all in the timing. Juke too early, and the defense will read you like an open book. Juke too late, and, well, you’ll be eating turf before you know it.

 

  • Turbo charge: Make sure to put that turbo running to good use. Holding down the sprint button can change the juke game, letting you switch directions quicker and leaving defenders with broken ankles.

 

  • Big vs. Small: Player size matters… Big players ain’t got the moves. Stick with the small, quick, and agile players for the best jukes.

 

  • Dead Leg Juke: The Dead Leg Juke is the move to go for when you want to slow down and avoid a tackle, especially when a defender’s coming at you all crazy-like and a regular juke won’t cut it.

 

  • Mix it up: Don’t just stick to juking. Throw in some stiff arms, spins, and hurdles for a change. Hit ’em with the one-two punch, and they won’t know what hit ’em. Combos are the name of the game…

 

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