Madden NFL 20 has deeper mechanics than some of its predecessors. This guide will show players how to use the sliding action correctly.
The latest version of Madden NFL 20, EA's most popular football game series, provides players with more Madden Coins than in previous franchise. Players need to be proficient in football rules and game mechanics in order to win games reliably. The only problem is that some game mechanics are difficult to understand, or players may not realize why certain actions are used in the game.
One is the sliding action. Players can let any of their characters slide when needed, but it is unclear what the purpose of this game is. On the surface, the character carrying the ball sliding early and ending the game seems to be very unfavorable. But this is not the case, this guide shows players how to slide correctly in Madden NFL 20.
Sliding is actually a very easy action. Players only need to hold down two triggers (RT and LT on Xbox One or R2 and L2 on PlayStation 4) and then press X/Square. This will cause the currently selected character to slide along the ground. In fact, this action can be done by any offensive character chosen by the player, but for most players, the benefits do not seem obvious.
The sliding mechanism is very useful when the player controls the quarterback. Players who know how and when to slide can prevent the quarterback from being injured in the game and help them avoid messing up the ball and handing it over to the opposing team. After activating the slide, QB will not be able to shake, and it will also make it invincible. Those who try to solve the quarterback when slipping will actually clamp him instead of hitting him.
The effect of the slideshow is directly related to the character's speed rating. This means that the slower QB cannot be as fast as the faster QB. Players with slower QB can buy mut coins to activate the slide earlier to ensure that the slide can be completed correctly.