NFL 16 is brought to life through improved likenesses to players and coaches
What impressed me the most was the responsiveness of the defensive secondary. I ran a couple of hot routed curl routes which I completed 90% of the time in man coverage in Madden. I had nowhere near the same success in Madden 16. The defensive secondary play smarter and react so much faster. At least some of the stronger ones do as I was picked off a few times attempting to complete some of those unstoppable curl routes I had so much success with last year. Again, you need to mix up your plays just like they do in the NFL 16, and that’s a good thing, right? Another noticeable change has to do with QB accuracy. Last year it would not be uncommon for a rookie QB to have a perfect passer rating in a game.
Continue to slowly tease us with drips of information regarding Madden NFL 16, EA Sports today lifted the curtain on the new and improved Connected Franchise Mode (CFM). Citing community feedback as the motivating factor behind the changes, EA calls this year's CFM "deeper than ever," with an emphasis on making the mode easier to use. There's zero new information here in regards to Ultimate Team, the popular, revenue-generating mode which blends fantasy football with team-building through card collecting. There will undoubtedly be new content offered for the mode, however. There are other changes in Madden 16, particularly with the defense. This year, EA Sports used the Seattle Seahawks defense as a catalyst for changes in the defensive schemes.
Following a fan vote, EA announced that New York Giants Wide Receiver Odell Beckham Jr beat out Rob Gronkowski to become the cover athlete for Madden NFL 16, which launches in North America on August 25 for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. Unlike past years of Madden Ultimate Team, playing head-to-head games can be very profitable this year, especially if you know what you're doing. If you are coming to MUT 16 from standard head-to-head Madden, this is probably one of the most efficient ways to make coins.
If you're brand new to H2H Seasons, you move up divisions by making the playoffs and drop down by failing to complete the "avoid demotion" milestone. Once you make the top division, making the playoffs no longer advances you any further. Not everyone is skilled enough to dominate the highest divisions of MUT 16, but those who can will earn quite a bit of content for their efforts. Ultimate team requires skill, time, and effort in order to get the best team possible. Which is why I have been creating these guides to help assist you guys, and allow you to ask questions where I can give you help.
Coins essentially are going to make or break a player. Having an abundance of coins allows you to buy contract cards if needed, buy new players, and allows you to complete collections significantly easier. Below I will talk about tips to get coins easily within the game, and will provide a few options to help you boost your player. Before going any further, If you enjoy what you read, check out my video below which is going to be on ultimate team, or Madden 25 footage, and feel free to subscribe to my Youtube Channel where I will post the challenges and games I play against other players, and tips and guides for everyone. Along with the packs I open, the players I get and how to really succeed.
Research is one of the most important keys to the auction house. Those players who have the best success on the auction house typically research their players first. This will give you an idea of what other players are selling your card for. By using the auction house to research players, that will give you an idea to list your card for in order to guarantee the sale. As I said above you are trying to sell your player, and to do so, keep in mind that may mean having to sell your card slightly lower than the competition. The faster you sell a player not only will you get coins, but that will also free up a spot on the auction house for a new player.
NFL 16 is brought to life through improved likenesses to players and coaches, new gameplay camera angles and post player interactions that show the emotion of football. Coaches have been revamped from head to toe to match their real life counterparts. The new All-22 gameplay camera gives you a birds-eye view of the action as you survey the entire field at once. Post play, players comes to life through touchdown celebrations, sacks, tackles, and other events right in real time.