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IO: Up/down the field [en]

Posted on: 19 January, 2008

If a player sets his movement to up in the field he will have a natural position higher in the field when attacking than normal. Same as backwards when defending, and field (if you want the player to run to the front when attacking and back when defending).


If you “go up in the field”, the player will do offensive movements, whereas “backwards” will do exactly the opposite.

Just remember that player with less positioning will find it difficult to recover their original positions.


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