FIFA 19 | One Button Controls

FIFA 19 | One Button Controls


At SpecialEffect we have used the Two
Button control scheme in FIFA with many of the people we have worked with since
it has been part of the game. This mode reduces the gameplay controls
down to two buttons and one joystick. In FIFA 19 EA have also added One Button
controls which reduces the controls further to just one button alongside one
joystick. These controls can be used throughout matches in FIFA including
online. In this video we will take a look at how these one button controls work on
Xbox One, PlayStation and PC, when using a game controller. You can select to use
this mode at various points in the game. To play the intro using these controls,
you can go to either “Select Sides” or “Customise Controls.” After you have played the intro, on the Welcome page you can select the controls you will use
throughout the game with your profile. Beyond this point you can change them in
“Customise Controls” in settings either before a match or during a game. As with all control schemes in FIFA, the
left stick is still used to control player movement and kick direction. The
one button used is the “A” button on an Xbox controller and “Cross” button on a
PlayStation controller. In a standard game (in which you are controlling the
entire team) when in possession, it is used for all types of kick, such as
ground pass, cross and shoot depending on the situation. Sometimes you may be
expecting to shoot but a pass will be played instead and visa-versa, but with
practice you learn in which situations a certain type of kick will likely be
played. When out of possession the button is used for both standing and sliding
tackles depending on the circumstance. Like Two Button mode, there is auto
sprinting when your player has the space to run, however unlike Two Button mode,
pressing the sprint button manually won’t have an effect. With the controller
on screen you can see how the joystick and button are used in different
gameplay situations to achieve different outcomes. In a player career mode, in which you
control just one player within a team, when you don’t have possession yourself
you use your gameplay buttons to call to teammates. For example, pressing the
pass button when a teammate has the ball will call for them to pass it to you.
Pressing the shoot button will call for them to shoot. With One Button mode you
only have one button to do this so you may need to play more patiently. Getting
into a good position and waiting for a pass rather than calling for passes, as
often a call may result in a call to shoot or clear the ball, rather than pass
depending on the circumstance. When playing in “Career” or “The Journey” modes, you complete training drills to help to progress your career. These will need
additional controls to those when playing a match using one button. Some
drills may use a joystick and one button, however this might be an alternative
button to the one used during matches. Other drills may need more than one
button. To make the menus more accessible with just one joystick and reduced
buttons. You can alter a couple of settings in the accessibility settings
to remove the need for bumpers and triggers and the right stick. For more information on SpecialEffect or to get in touch with any questions, visit our
site at specialeffect.org.uk

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