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How to Do a Driven Through Pass in FIFA 23


How to Do a Driven Through Pass in FIFA 23

In FIFA 23, a driven through pass can make all the difference.

Timing the perfect pass has been a crucial aspect throughout the FIFA series. And with the final installment of EA Sports’ long-running partnership with FIFA, that isn’t about to change. There’s always going to be a way to split the midfield and open up the opposing defense. So without further ado, here’s how to do a driven through pass in FIFA 23.

Driven Through Pass Guide for FIFA 23

Now, not every footballer is able to pull off an exceptional through pass. But, every FIFA player is capable of attempting one. And as always, attempting a driven (or threaded) through pass in FIFA 23 will come down to which platform you’re playing on:

  • Xbox: RB + Y
  • PS4 & PS5: R1 + Triangle
  • Nintendo Switch: R + X

As with every pass throughout the FIFA franchise, timing is of the utmost importance. If utilized correctly, it can open up a world of opportunities on the break. If not, it leads to nothing but a frustrating—yet perhaps unavoidable—turnover. Again, it’s all about timing.

But that’s it for now, fellow footballers—everything you need to know in order to do a driven through pass in FIFA 23. And if you’re looking for more FIFA 23-related content, the good news is you do not have to go far. We’ve got other bits such as the top 23 Ultimate Team players in FIFA 23 as well as how to do the Griddy celebration.

Plus, Twinfinite has got you covered with endless links below, so don’t be afraid to reach out with a question if one comes to mind. We’ll be more than happy to lend a helping hand.

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Shaun Ranft

Shaun Ranft is a Freelance Writer for Twinfinite, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Creative Writing from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, who has been with the site and writing about games in general since 2022. While he typically covers any major sports title, he also cannot get enough of Telltale's The Walking Dead, Fallout: New Vegas, The Outer Worlds, and the Horizon series, replaying each multiple times. When he's not writing professionally or playing videogames, there's a good chance he's either writing poetry, listening to Manchester Orchestra, discussing how sad Tottenham Hotspur makes him, ranting and raving about Frank Darabont or Mike Flanagan, and thinking about Seth Rollins' suits.
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