FIFA 17 Attacking Techniques Detailed In New Video

A new FIFA 17 attacking techniques video has shown how you can put more pressure on the goalie during games through heading balls and kicking low.

A new FIFA 17 attacking techniques video has popped up on YouTube, showing us how you can now use different techniques to drive into the enemy team and help to score more goals. In the video Anthony Martial (pronounced “Mar-shee-al”), a French player from Manchester United, shows us how the attacking moves will help players finish in front of goal.

The FIFA 17 attacking techniques video shows a variety of wonderful-looking kicks that you can use to keep the ball heading low, allowing you to be more accurate in your kicks and to get your balls past the goalie.

The FIFA 17 attacking techniques video also shows that you can now head the ball downward, rather than throwing it upward whenever you bounce it off your head.

According to Martial, there’s great difficulty when a goalie attempts to block a head shot or a shot that’s very low, as many players kick upward, heading for the top corners of the goal rather than the bottom ones.

FIFA 17 apparently intends to make as many new adjustments as possible to make the game even more like real-life soccer, with better models of players, more teams, and even a story mode where you play a young man named Alex Hunter as he attempts to make his way into one of the 26 different Premiere League teams.

Considering how much FIFA has evolved over the years, FIFA 17 promises to be one of the best games yet, and will likely sell millions of copies in Europe, where most of the FIFA crowd lives.

The fact that the Euro 2016 football tournament just ended could also be a good reason that the game sells well. Bitter European football fans could use the game to live out how they think their team would have won, especially since Portugal beat France in the finals.

Hunter is senior news writer at He is a long time fan of strategy, RPG, and tabletop games. When he is not playing games, he likes to write about them.