Lob Pass Madden 24

If you don’t know how to throw a lob pass in Madden 24, you’ve come to the right place. This is one of those actions that you have to practice the timing of, because you execute it in a fashion similar to other passes. In this guide, we are going to explain the difference between these three while focusing on how to pull off a lob pass. Then we’ll get into the other passes you can do.

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Lob Pass Madden 24

How to Throw a Lob Pass in Madden 24

To throw a lob pass in Madden 24, you have to just tap the button of the player you want to get the ball to. If, for example, the receiver you want to pass the ball to has an X above his head, tap X. Don’t press and hold it for any length of time; a single, light pat is all you need to do. You might have to practice for a little bit before you get the timing and pressure down correctly. I say this, because you also have to contend with the bullet pass and the touch pass. All three of these require you to press the receiver button for various lengths of time. Length-wise, the touch pass is between the bullet and lob; longer than a simple tap, but not too long. Again, practice will be key here.

So, that’s how you throw a lob pass in Madden 24. There are a number of other passes that you can execute in the game, of course. There’s the lateral pass, which you do by pressing L1 on PlayStation, LB on Xbox and the center button on PC by default (if you play with mouse and keyboard, of course). Then we have the high pass, which you do by holding L1 / LB / Alt and then pressing the button above the receiver’s head. If you want to pull of a low pass, you have to press down the left stick and move the reticle. On mouse and keyboard, it’s either the left Ctrl or the left mouse button.

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