FIFA 14 (PS3) Walkthrough

4. Gameplay Trophies

This page will be taking you through how to attain all the trophies that you can gain through game-play so just attempt these while going through the other pages. These trophies can be gained in any game type, even in a match against a second controller. You will get some of them by accident but there are a few that you will definitely need to go for specifically. I’d advice to do those that you still need, after getting the trophies from the other pages, in an exhibition match against a second controller, with the settings of both teams changed in your favour.

Easiest done if your opponent gives a through pass, and one of your defenders and one of the opponent’s attackers run to get to the ball first. Now keep, running for the ball, and tap cn_S to straight arm

Beast Mode in FIFA 14 (PS3)
Bronze Trophy
Beast Mode18 (15)
Straight Arm a Defender to Protect the Ball
  • Unlocked by 9,866 tracked gamers (72% - TT Ratio = 1.17) 13,681

This trophy requires you to win the ball back almost immediately after you’ve lost it. To do this, walk slowly towards an opponent (hold cn_L2). Once you’ve lost the ball, release cn_L2 and quickly tap cn_S twice. It might take some tries, but this is one of the easier ones. You can also try this in a normal match, once you lose the ball, quickly tap cn_S twice. The difference between success and failure is often the distance between you and your opponent with the ball. If your opponent and/or is 5+ meters away, you won’t be able to get the ball back in time. There is not really an amount of time that you have to win the ball back in in time, but I’d say within a second from losing it.

Seconds, Please in FIFA 14 (PS3)
Bronze Trophy
Win the ball back with a Second Chance Tackle
  • Unlocked by 12,735 tracked gamers (93% - TT Ratio = 1.03) 13,681

Using a very strong player with a good foot weak (like Ibrahimovic or Mandzukic), you'll have to make a perfect hat-trick, scoring with his right foot, left foot (which in general is weak) and with a headed goal.

Perfection in FIFA 14 (PS3)
Silver Trophy
Perfection39 (30)
Score a Perfect Hat Trick (left foot, right foot, header)
  • Unlocked by 7,942 tracked gamers (58% - TT Ratio = 1.31) 13,681

Again, try and get this one against a second controller with the stats changed. Instead of changing everything in your favour I’d advise not to make the strength of the passes any higher. In the match, let the opponents get onto your half by passing around your defence, go for the counter and you’ll outrun them easily. Now move towards the goalkeeper, but make sure you’re running / walking at least 5-10 meters further to the right or the left of the goalkeeper. Slowly move towards the back line, and wait for a second or a third player to position themselves on the other side of the goalkeeper. The goal should be empty, and the goalkeeper should be moving towards your player with the ball. Now give a through pass towards the goal and switch to one of the other player(s) that were waiting. Sprint towards the ball, and press cn_O once your player is almost at the ball (2-3 meters away). The player tries to shoot from a sliding shot if done correctly. Try not to give a too strong through pass, because it will cross the goal line or the back line before one of your players can shoot.
If you pass through and your timing of shooting was good, the sliding shot should go in. The hardest part is getting the player to do the sliding shot. Also don’t forget that you can aim your shot, but most shot will go in any way since you’ve got an empty goal.

Extra Effort in FIFA 14 (PS3)
Bronze Trophy
Score with a first time Sliding Shot
  • Unlocked by 9,113 tracked gamers (67% - TT Ratio = 1.22) 13,681

You’ll unlock this trophy without even realising it during games and game modes; your player must hit the ball giving it a direction.

Power and Movement in FIFA 14 (PS3)
Bronze Trophy
Score with a Curling Lace Shot
  • Unlocked by 12,196 tracked gamers (89% - TT Ratio = 1.05) 13,681

Easy to unlock while playing any mode or game. To obtain it, you just have to score with a volley while the ball is going to hit the ground. Is required a little bit of timing, but the execution of the shot is very simple.

What a Hit, Son! in FIFA 14 (PS3)
Bronze Trophy
Score with a Dipping Volley
  • Unlocked by 10,878 tracked gamers (80% - TT Ratio = 1.12) 13,681

Scoring with a shot from the outside is really easy and most likely it will be unlocked without even realising it during a few matches; using a strong player like Ronaldo or Robben, stand in or out of the area and try to hit the ball with a touch of the outdoors, sending the ball into the net.

Who Needs a Weak Foot? in FIFA 14 (PS3)
Bronze Trophy
Score with an Outside of the Foot Shot
  • Unlocked by 10,979 tracked gamers (80% - TT Ratio = 1.11) 13,681

The best way to boost this achievement is to pass the ball back to your goal keeper with “X”, while you are standing just outside the penalty box with the player passing. Make sure the goalkeeper is on the goal line, or just in front of it. Aim for one of the corners, and make sure that your pass is high enough to pass the goal line at least half a meter from the ground. Since you pass the ball back with your own player, your keeper can’t use his hands, so he’ll have to use his head or feet. Once the ball is just outside the 5 meter area, press and hold "cn_O". To make your goal keeper try and make a diving header to prevent the ball from going in your own goal. You will most likely give away some corners and score some own goals, but that doesn’t matter. There’s some luck involved in this trophy, the keeper has to be in the right spot, and the pass has to be perfect.

No Goal For You! in FIFA 14 (PS3)
Bronze Trophy
Perform a Diving Header Clearance
  • Unlocked by 2,866 tracked gamers (21% - TT Ratio = 2.18) 13,681

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