The FIFA Interactive World Cup 2014 kicked off on 1 October with the first of six online qualification seasons for the main event – the 2014 Grand Final which will be held in Brazil during the 2014 FIFA World Cup™!
Have you dived into the first online qualification season of the FIWC 2014 and found that you could benefit from a little more technique on the attack? Can you feel the need for better dribbling when breaking on the counter down the wings, or do you regret not having more precise touches when going one-on-one with a defender in an attempt to create that perfect goal-scoring chance?
The FIFA Interactive World Cup, much like the FIFA World Cup, requires you make the absolute best of your attacking opportunities. One misstep, one heavy first-touch, one wasted chance on goal, these moments of virtual football could be the difference between a seat at the FIWC 2014 Grand Final in Brazil or watching the tournament from your couch at home.
Two-time FIWC champion Alfonso Ramos and 2013 German national champion Kai Wollin are here to take you through two important and highly useful features in EA SPORTS™ FIFA 14. Learn about variable dribble touches with Alfonso Ramos by clicking on the video at the top of this article. Germany's Kai Wollin, meanwhile, will give you a closer look at the way Precision Movement works in FIFA 14. You can watch Kai's video by clicking on the Precision Movement video tutorial to the right of this article.
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