I usually don’t use the franchise model in most sports games, but simply enjoy the game without worrying about transactions, salary caps and other parts of the management. But the QB1 mode of Madden 20 caught my attention.
It is interesting to return to the NCAA college football game, and I hope this is a sign of the future, as well as MUT’s university rules challenge. GameMS continues to provide players with a lot of cheap MUT 20 Coins to protect their game needs.
Initially, creating a player in QB1 mode seems very limited, but if you have a good understanding of QB1 mode, you can do a lot of customization. After creating a player, you can choose a university team from 12 universities. Since I could not choose OSU, I chose Clemson. There are many strategies currently taking place.
Start the semi-finals from there and play the national championship. You interact with the media, mainly to compete for the championship with another player. He dedicated the championship to his lost brother. I also met a young, sick fan, but asked me to throw four touchdowns in the championship. All of this adds to the experience and works well. I will be excited when Isaiah Street accepts the national championship trophy and says it is for his brother. Many players will also Buy MUT 20 Coins on the GameMS website.
So far, the script written by EA is good. I hope this situation will continue, and when I enter the NFL, we will not add drama to the drama. I am entering the draft now, so I will have to update when I move further into this mode.
One strange situation I encountered was that Smith’s last name could not be selected when selecting a player’s name. The game says that I can change this setting when I go to the NFL, so I think this is related to the NCAA team’s license.