Being quick to adapt to any given situation is paramount to your success in Madden 22, but you may not know just how to change up your plays and positions at any given moment. That’s why we’re here to help with a guide on how to shift your Defensive Line pre-snap in Madden 22.
How to Shift Your Defensive Line Pre-Snap in Madden 22
Like with other gameplay mechanics in Madden 22, shifting your Defensive Line pre-snap is easy to do once you know the specific control inputs and timing.
Before the snap has occurred, press the Left Directional Button on the D-Pad to select your Linemen. Then, tilt the Left Analogue Stick in whatever direction you want to shift your defensive line toward. It should be noted that your time will be limited to do this, so make sure you’re quick and decisive about where you want to move your defensive line.
As for when the best times are to shift your Defensive Line in Madden 22, it varies based on the situation.
If you’re aiming to pull off most any offensive play, you’ll need your Defensive Line in a good position to intercept players going after the quarterback. This is easier to pull off if your line is in a good position to start with, so shifting where they’re located pre-snap to ensure they’re exactly where they need to be is a go-to strategy during most any play.
On the other hand, if you’re looking to throw your opponent off and lure them away from a player you wish to pass to, switching up where your line starts is a viable strategy.
This does carry the risk of your opponent’s players getting within tackling distance of your QB, but it can open up the possibility for more plays than playing it safe with standard plays would have.
Hopefully, this cleared up how to shift your Defensive Line pre-snap in Madden 22. For more on the game, check out our guide wiki. For more tips, tricks and frequently asked questions answered, search Twinfinite for Madden 22.
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