FIFA 21 Speed Boost Glitch Has Been Discovered And It's Incredibly Simple To Do
An incredibly overpowered FIFA 21 speed boost glitch has been discovered and fans can't believe how easy it is to pull off.
The latest instalment of EA Sports' hit franchise launched last week and once again, pace is the most important stat.
With many players not used to the game's new style of defending, MattHDGamer has revealed a tip that will even leave Virgil van Dijk in the dust.
Every player usually takes a few seconds to reach their maximum speed but if you hold L1 on PS4 (LB on Xbox One) and dribble with the left joystick, immediately let go of L1 (LB) and then press R2 (RT), your players will race away.
Any players with agility and balance in the high 80's and above will be best served using the ability, such as Riyad Mahrez, Sadio Mane and Lionel Messi.
Cheaper options such as Everton winger Bernard can also be deadly when used in the right situation.
Matt uses Neymar as the example player and he immediately wins a penalty before providing an assist moments later.
FIFA top 100 player Viperlization interjects in the video and admits he uses the boost and finds it most useful on the counter and when cutting in on the wing.
It takes some practice, but Viperlization says it will be an important part of anyone's arsenal if they hope to win FUT Champs.
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YouTuber Wrzzer suggests that you use a player with high curve so the example video uses Trent Alexander-Arnold, who has 88.
Alexander-Arnold might not be to your fancy, so Ricardo Quaresma (94), Messi (93), Hakan Calhanoglu (92), James Ward-Prowse (91) and Hakim Ziyech (90) are good options to test it with.
Secondly, you must direct the aiming circle behind the back post and sure to use the left joystick to apply curve before applying power.
Then delivering the corner, charge the cross button (square on PS4 or X on Xbox One) for maximum power as shown below.
The video then goes on to show Alexander-Arnold and Messi whip their corners in to the bemusement of their managers.
Crossing has been improved in FIFA 21 but for those who haven't got the hang of it yet, this offers a genius way around it.
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