How to Low Cross in FIFA 23

How to Low Cross in FIFA 23

Master the low cross in FIFA 23 by following this helpful guide.

When it comes to attacking scenarios in FIFA 23, there are certainly many options for the attacking side to cause some real damage. You can use a through ball to send your striker through, take a long shot from outside the box, or for some, crossing is the way to go. If you are wondering just how to do low crosses in FIFA 23, we have got the information you’ll need.

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FIFA 23 Low Cross Controls Explained

There are two ways in which a low cross can be executed, a more traditional method and the other utilizing the driven pass mechanic. To perform a normal low cross, simply triple tap the cross button (Square on PS4/ PS5, X on Xbox One/ Xbox Series X|S, and Y on Nintendo Switch) and direct your cross with the left analog stick.

For more power and more speed, use the driven pass to get it to your attacking players’ feet quickly. To pull off a driven pass, just hold R1 and press X on PS4/ PS5, hold RB and press A on Xbox One/ Xbox Series X|S, or hold R and press B on Nintendo Switch. Remember to dictate the direction by using the left analog stick.

When it comes to effective crossing, learning how to mix things up is key, so the opponents are unable to predict your next move. Mix normal crosses with low crosses, and you will have a much better shot at scoring.

Now that you know all about low crosses in FIFA 23, it is time to enhance your skills further. Check out how to do the La Croqueta move, who the best Premier League players are, and master the chemistry system in FUT. Otherwise, you can check out more of our coverage below.

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