In rating FIFA 23 it's going to be an easy 1-5 rating

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Kudos To EA for providing us with the new shooting mode and especially one that includes the ability to aim manually FUT 23 Coins. It's also a good thing you can turn off the annoying zoom-in sound that will play after the shooting power has been triggered. Overall, it's an excellent addition to shooting. 

In today's deep dive I'll take a look at the new gameplay features within FIFA 23 to provide my impressions on which ones have an impact on the game, what kind of effects (negative either positive or negative) they've had, and if there's need to improve. For a list of all the new features, let's refer to EA's FIFA 23 site. In rating FIFA 23 it's going to be an easy 1-5 rating with 5 being "great addition" while 1 is "why did EA even bother with this feature?" If you want to scope out my review of FIFA 23 the game, you can also head here. 

The first item to be discussed today is the highly anticipated all-new Power Shot. This new shot type relies heavily on skill and combines risks and rewards that let you unleash powerful shots on the goal of your opponent. 

When to utilize Power Shots due to the animation taking a considerable amount of time to play out and the fact that they are expensive, power shots should only be used when you have plenty of time the command. Most commonly, any power shot that you attempt to take within the 18-yard box is likely to be blocked if its path isn't clear because the trajectory tends to be more flat when compared to more precise shots. 

Kudos for EA for bringing us the ability to shoot with a new command, especially one that incorporates manual aiming cheap FIFA 23 Coins. It's also a good thing it's possible to disable the irritating zoom-in, which appears whenever the shot power is activated. Overall, this is a nice addition to shooting.

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