How to Do Low Driven Shot in FIFA 23

If you want to know how to do the Low Driven Shot in FIFA 23, you’ve come to the right place. It’s not easy to pull off at all. To make things worse, the button input is not the same as it used to be, which might confuse a lot of returning players. Well, don’t you worry; let’s find out how to execute the Low Driven Shot.

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How to Do Low Driven Shot FIFA 23

How to Do Low Driven Shot in FIFA 23

In order to do the Low Driven Shot in FIFA 23, you need to press and hold the shoot button (Circle on PlayStation, B on Xbox) to power up your shot. Let go when the bar is about a quarter full. I mean, everything in the range between twenty and thirty percent should be okay; just make sure you’re somewhere in the vicinity of twenty-five percent. Now, hitting the ball at the right strength is not the only factor. I mean, it guarantees a low shot, but not necessarily a low driven shot. You also need to be going at a steady speed, like if you’re running with the ball or coming onto a through ball. On the other hand, if you’re moving slowly or turning or whatever, then odds are good the ball will just roll away tepidly.

And there you have it, that’s how you do the Low Driven Shot in FIFA 23. Yes, it used to be that you had to hold the shoulder buttons and then shoot. That, however, is now reserved for the Power Shot. That too is pretty tricky to pull off, which is why we’ve written a whole separate guide for it. All in all, you’ll need to practice performing the Low Driven Shot until you get it right and can do it consistently. And if you’re wondering whether you need to go through the trouble, the answer is yes. There are some objectives and challenges that will require you to pull a Low Driven Shot off. Might as well learn it early.

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