After the dance became a viral sensation in 2021, the 'Griddy' quickly swept through the world of pro sports as a celebration dance, particularly in the NFL (National Football League). Former LSU Wide Receivers Justin Jefferson and Ja'Marr Chase have been some of the most prominent players to hit the Griddy, and now that has translated over into the world of gaming.
Very soon, Madden 23 and FIFA 23 players will be able to hit the Griddy as a celebration dance after they score a Touchdown / Goal. If you're looking for the latest way to taunt your opponents after a big play, follow this guide for how to hit the Griddy in Madden 23 and FIFA 23.
How to hit the Griddy in Madden 23
The Griddy is set to be added to Madden 23 as a celebration after EA Sports tweeted out a reveal video featuring Justin Jefferson. There's no doubt this will be an ultra-popular celebration when the new title goes live, but how can you do it in-game?
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At the time of writing, there have not been specific controls revealed for the Griddy in Madden 23. However, this is likely to be classified as a Signature celebration, meaning players will simply need to move the analog stick left when prompted to select it.
How to hit the Griddy in FIFA 23
In addition to the Griddy being added to Madden 23, EA Sports is opting to bring the celebration to FIFA 23 as well. In FIFA, these celebrations are only available after scoring a goal, but they do have specific controls to trigger the dance.
Here are the controls for how to Griddy in FIFA 23:
- Hold R2
- Flick RS Up
- Flick RS Up
That's everything you need to know about how to hit the Griddy in Madden 23 and FIFA 23. Enjoy dancing on your opponents in the upcoming EA Sports titles!
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