In FIFA 15 game , you are aiming at goaling to opponent’s box,just like in a football game. Then,besides a good goal shooter, you have to increase your skills. Penalty score is one of them. Increasing your penalty score rate means increasing your success in FIFA 15. Here we will share the best penalty score tips.
Choose the best players. This may seem like a basic tip but in reality, most times players tend to be careless when choosing the best players for a penalty. This happens fro them being lazy or ending up forgetting, or even because they don’t know who has the best penalty stats.
If that’s the case, you can view this important information in the player selection box by pressing RT/R2 before you take the penalty. If you play Ultimate Team, you should go to squad settings and define your penalty kicker. This way you don’t have to switch players every time you’re going to take a penalty.
Practice, once again, this may seem like a basic tip, but it will actually increase your success rate on penalties. Go to the arena and press left on the D-pad. This way you will have access to the penalties training ground. Activate the aim mark pressing LT/L2. Now you’ll be able to see if you’re giving too much or little direction to the kick, and you can practice your shot power.
Try also changing the kicker to see what changes when you choose a bad player for penalties. You have the aim mark moving faster now and you can also see that the green area got smaller, plus the blue circle expands, which increase your chances to fail.
Your success when taking a penalty depends basically on three factors: aiming, power and direction. The objective is to hit the green spot, the centre of the bar. This is the least you should do in order to be successful. Don’t get ahead of yourself, take your time to see how long it takes for the cursor to get through the bar at least twice so you notice how sooner you have to press shoot.
When shooting, you need to hold down the shoot button for as long as your feel like the shot power should go. Within ideal conditions, you should try filling the bar with something between 2/4 and 3/4 of its full length. Anything beyond that may end up with the shot going wide or hitting the post. Anything less than that will end up making the shot weaker.
When for direction, it is controlled by the Left Stick, but instead of just moving it when your player is about to shoot, you should hold it to the direction you want for about one or two seconds and then release. If you hold it for more than 2 second you’ll take the risk of missing the target.
Find your best players for penalties and take the best shoot direction and powers. Or else, you should enjoy the game.