How to Get Low Driven Shot in FIFA 22

Achieving a low driven shot in FIFA 22 can be difficult, but you can always use our guide to learn how to do it right.

Scoring goals in FIFA 22 is just as hard as it is in real life, and all due to a very smart goalkeeping AI. But there is one neat trick that allows players to score goals more often than usual, which is called a low driven shot. It's not that easy to achieve, but it'll get you way more points than ever before once you figure it out.

Our guide will provide you with tips on how to get low driven shot in FIFA 22. You will learn all about the conditions it requires, as well as the exact sequence to perform.

FIFA 22: How to Get Low Driven Shot

Performing a low driven shot in itself is not that hard, but there are certain caveats that you must know of in order to get the correct results.

Here are the low driven shot sequences for all platforms in FIFA 22:

  • NS: R + L + A
  • PC: Left Ctrl + i + Space
  • PS: R1 + L1 + Circle
  • Xbox: RB + LB + B

But knowing the sequence isn't enough, as the successful low driven shot can be accomplished only under special circumstances. Fortunately, with some practice you will be able to achieve the desired effect.

Follow these tips in order to achieve a successful low driven shot:

  1. Player should always stay inside the box.
  2. Always look for one vs. one position.
  3. Stay away from the goalkeeper as far away as possible.
  4. Try to fill the shot gauge as much as possible for better aiming.

Once you've been able to satisfy all these conditions, a low driven shot should work like a charm.

Of course, if you see that the goalkeeper is heading right at you, then reposition yourself and try again once he's back at the net. If you allow the goalkeeper to get too close, he will definitely save the goal, and prevent you from scoring.

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That's everything you need to know on how to get low driven shot in FIFA 22. Be sure to check out the rest of the FIFA 22 tips and tricks articles on our dedicated hub page.


Sergey has been a freelancer in the video games industry for more than five years, writing for various publications around the world. His favorite games are MtG, Dark Souls, Diablo, and Divinity: Original Sin.

Published Jul. 14th 2022

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