2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Tips and Tricks for Winning

EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup features over 200 teams, 7,000 players, 20 new stadiums and over 15 hours of added commentary. Learn more about the new features here.

Stay tuned for additional information on all the key features in the coming weeks.

EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup hits store shelves on April 15. Pre-order today and don’t miss out!

There are multiple factors to a successful set-piece. Players are constantly moving, trying to find an open space to provide options. Now you can direct teammates to make runs to the near or far post, the edge of the penalty area, or even have them crowd the keeper to help create a screen, all using the D-pad. On the other side, defenders will react accordingly to help guard the post and potential open spaces, while goalkeepers will direct teammates to cover unmarked players.

A defender with great heading ability is a highly sought after commodity. With new over-the-back headers, defenders who are able to will leap higher than the player they are marking can clear the ball in the opposite direction. At the same time, attackers can do the same in set-piece opportunities. If an attacker is able to leap higher than a defender and get his head on the ball, they will improve their chances at scoring a goal. Winning the air battle will be even more important than ever before.

EA SPORTS is proud to partner with adidas to deliver the most realistic ball physics system seen in a football title. By using data collected by adidas’ Innovation Lab in Herzogenaurach, Germany, the Brazuca and other adidas balls included in the game react as they would in the real world. This includes true-to-life flight, grass friction and moisture that can alter the way a player moves with the ball.
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