How to dodge and block punches in Undisputed
If you want to be successful in Undisputed, be prepared to play defense. Players in the new boxing game must be able to dodge and deflect shots, otherwise the likelihood of ending up in a KO blow increases. So how do you dodge, weave, and block in Undisputed? Well, thanks to the control settings, things can get a bit complex in Undisputed. With that said, let’s talk about what you need to know.
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How to dodge
The shot dodge controls in Undisputed vary depending on the control scheme used. For recording, Undisputed has six different control settings that users can choose from. Here’s a look at the controls for each:
- advocate: Left stick (direction) + LT/L2
- competitor: left stick (direction)
- price fighter: left stick (direction)
- pugilist: left stick (direction)
- defendant: Left stick (direction) + LB/L1
- gladiator: Left stick (direction) + LB/L1
Remember to check which setup is currently active before entering the ring. Also, we should point out that in addition to dodges, users can also weave in the ring. Weave uses either LB/LT or L1/L2 depending on the setup. If needed, take a look at our Controls Foundation, which describes the detailed setup for each of the six control archetypes.
How to block
Blocks are relatively easy. This is because users use either the RB/R1 button or the RT/R2 trigger to use a block.
Here’s a look at the controls for each setup:
- advocate: RB/R1
- competitor: RT/R2
- price fighter: RT/R2
- pugilist: RB/R1
- defendant: RT/R2
- gladiator: RT/R2
Remember that the default for blocks is to protect the head. There is a block modifier that allows users to protect the body. Hold LB/L1 to activate the Body Block modifier. However, this leaves the head open to shots. So keep that in mind.
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