The old saying that the best offense is a good defense is so true. A good last line of defense can be the difference between victory and defeat. Here’s everything you need to know about how to use Block Moves in Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions.
How to Use Block Moves in Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions
No matter how good you are on the offensive side of the ball, chances are that you’ll slip up once in a while. If you don’t have possession 100% of the time, then you might want to get your defenders back to block shots. You can do that by setting a certain formation.
The Final Wall Formation will let one of your defenders block shots. If they have a specific block move like Ryo Ishizaki’s Face Block, then they’ll be more likely to successfully block a shot. But first, you need to set the Final Wall Formation before the match.
At the screen right before entering the match, go to Manage Team, then Change Tactics. From here you can choose four different formations that will be assigned to the d-pad buttons. Replace one with Final Wall Formation, then choose one of your defenders to act as the blocker.
When you’re in a match, hit the d-pad button that you set to Final Wall Formation, and then wait for a shot. If the defender you selected is in position, then a block animation will be shown and the shot will either be stopped or greatly weakened.
Time needed: 1 minute.
Here’s a quick TLDR on how to use Block Moves in Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions:
- Set Final Wall Formation
This is done before the pre-match screen. Go to Manage Team, then Change Tactics. Assign Final Wall Formation to one of the d-pad buttons and select one of your defenders as the blocker.
- Change into Final Wall Formation
Press the button you assigned to this formation.
- Block the shot
As long as you’re in Final Wall Formation and your defender is in position between the shooter and the goal, then you’ll block or weaken the shot.
That’s all there is to know about how to use Block Moves in Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions. Just remember that no matter how good your defense is, you still need to attack. You can press the same d-pad button again to cancel Final Wall Formation.
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