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Long Shots explained [en]

Posted on: 19 May, 2008

ADM-Nino Muniz:

LS do not depend on finishing.

When a player shoots at goal, one of two skills is used to calculate the shot strength: finishing (if the shot is made inside the area or in the neighborhood of it; or LS, if the shot comes from farther away.

I’m going to make the line that defines that a shot uses either LS or finishing into a circle around the goal, and I’m probably going to make the distance smaller so LS’s will bear even more importance in 2.5. Shot speed will be reevaluated too.

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