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FIFA 23 Guide

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FIFA 23: Accelerate - how does it work, player sprint types FIFA 23 Guide, Tips

Not all players in FIFA 23 behave the same on the field. Some start very fast, but lose pace over time, while others start slower, but are able to catch up with almost everyone. Check out what acceleration depends on in FIFA 23.

Last update: Wednesday, October 12, 2022

On this page of the FIFA 23 guide, we explain the mechanics behind Accelerate and show how each archetype affects the players on the pitch.

Changes to acceleration in FIFA 23

FIFA 23 introduced slight changes to the player movement system, dividing the individual players into three archetypes which depend on how they accelerate: Controlled, Explosive, or Lengthy - FIFA 23: Accelerate - how does it work, player sprint types - FAQ - FIFA 23 Guide

FIFA 23 introduced slight changes to the player movement system, dividing the individual players into three archetypes which depend on how they accelerate: Controlled, Explosive, or Lengthy. Each player's acceleration type is assigned automatically based on their Height, Agility, and Strength attributes. It should be noted here that the final speed of a player is still mainly determined by Acceleration and Sprint Speed attributes.

Acceleration types

There are three types of player acceleration in FIFA 23 :

  1. Controlled : Most players in FIFA 23 fit into this balanced archetype.
  2. Explosive : This archetype describes shorter and more agile players that perform better on shorter sprint distances and in one-on-one situations. These players have faster initial sprint speed, but start to slow down in the further parts of the sprint.
  3. Lenghty : taller and stronger players belong to this group. They are slower in the initial part of the sprint, but over time they are able to catch up and even overtake a player if they have enough space. These types of players are great for perpendicular passes.
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