How to Slide - Madden 22

The question of how to slide in Madden 22 has been bothering a lot of people, as far as I can see. There might be a few reasons for this. Maybe you’re having trouble figuring out at which point the game will let you do the QB slide in Madden 22. Another possibility is that you’re pressing the correct button at the correct time, but the slide is just not coming out. Well, we’ll try to help you our in this guide.

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How to Slide – Madden 22

How to Slide in Madden 22

The question of how to QB slide in Madden 22 depends on which platform you’re playing on. It’s different on Xbox, PlayStation and PC; that said, it’s just a matter of different button inputs. Speaking strictly mechanically, the principle is basically the same. Okay, enough waffling around, let’s get into the meat of it.

The first thing you need to do in order to execute a QB slide on Xbox One or Series X/S is to pass the line of scrimmage. After that, all you need to do is tap X. It has to be just a tap; if you hold the button for a bit longer, your quarterback will dive instead of slide. On PlayStation 4 and 5, the system is the same – pass the scrimmage line and tap Square. Again, just a tap, or your player will dive. Last, but not least, PC. It’s identical as it is on consoles, the only difference is that the button you need to tap is “E,” if you’re one of those people that plays sports games on mouse and keyboard.

So, that’s how to slide in Madden 22, or how to do a QB slide, to be more precise. You might need a bit of practice to really get it down, but it’s not too bad. By the way, if you’re having trouble with the Franchise Mode Final Score issue, check out our Madden 22 Glitch – Franchise Mode Final Score Bug Fix guide.

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