EA Sports has released Madden 23 onto multiple platforms. The new American football video game is another great addition to the long-running Madden NFL series. Though the game brings fresh changes compared to Madden 22, your goal to win games should remain the same. Keeping that in mind, one of the most important tasks is to dodge your opponents and run to the end zone. The best way to win the game is to keep the scoreboard ticking in favor of your team. This guide is one of the top dodging moves that the game provides, Juke. So let’s check out this guide and see all the controls and tips for Juke in Madden 23.
How to Juke in Madden 23
Although Juke does not feel as good as Stiff Arm in NFL, it is still quite an eventful move. To dodge past your opponent will be key to reaching the end zone and Juke helps you complete just that. Here’s how to Juke in Madden 23:
- For PC Users – Press D to right Juke, A to Left Juke, and S to Dead Leg Juke.
- For PS Users – Flick the Right Analog Stick to the Left or Right to Juke and Down to Dead Leg Juke.
- For Xbox Users – Flick the Right Analog Stick to the Left or Right to Juke and Down to Dead Leg Juke.
Do keep in mind that the above-mentioned key binds are default and might differ if you have changed any. Now that the Juke Controls for NFL is clear, moving on to the tips that will be key to performing this move.
While timing is also a factor here, it is not that significantly important. You need to flick the analog stick the correct way and then hit the sprint. A sprinting Juke is far more difficult to master and does not come off correctly many times. To avoid this, we recommend you practice and master it without the sprint. All you need to do is let go of Sprint, hit the Juke, and then hit Sprint again.
Additionally, players have certain abilities in Madden 23. A player with the Juke Box will be far better at hitting the move.
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