Madden NFL 17 Thread Feb 6, 2017 18:56:43 GMT -5
Post by Chip on Feb 6, 2017 18:56:43 GMT -5
I only play franchise how does this ultimate team work. I bought packs with my bonus codes that came with the game and only got sucky player. Do you have to play games to get money to buy guys? Ect.
I hate the running on this game. A giant hole will open up, I run through it about to bust a big run and my back does a freaking auto juke and gets tackled every single time. I freaking hate that.
There are boatloads of ways to earn coins that will buy you packs, but the best way to get players is to go through the auction house process. Basically people getting players out of said packs and selling them for more coins, so they can buy better players. etc. And always remember......packs are ass. They are a necessity in the game, but your odds of pulling anything really good are pretty low.
It's fairly easy to buy a good team now since there are a ton of options, once you've built up a little coin stash. But regardless you're gonna start out slow. There are specific games you can play to build coins, they're called "solo challenges" for those in the know, lol. But there are TONS of them, that give you packs and coins. Your best best is to do a quick google search of "madden 17 cheese plays"...there are tons of things that help you beat the computer easier. Build up some coins and you can get a nice team together of gold players rated above 80.....those get you through the day for awhile. And every so often crack a pack, you might get lucky and pull something you could sell on the auction for hundreds of thousands of coins.
If you're on XB1 I'd be glad to throw some decent player cards your way to help get you started.
You can turn off the auto-moves in the game settings. Its an option under ball carrier special moves, kind of self-explanatory. But yea its in the actual global settings of the entire game from the main menus.
Also the Ultimate Team Reddit site is pretty good
once you get past the daily posts of "look at this limited time card i pulled!" there's a lot of helpful info there