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Five tips for beginners to rank up in Madden

Draft another champions day.

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EA’s main focus in Madden 23 is on Madden Ultimate Team. It’s normal to want to test out a few cards away from the pressure of team construction. For this purpose, there is MUT Draft. There have been significant changes to MUT Draft this year, and we’ll spill the beans on everything you need to know to make the most of your draft. Take a look at these five essential aspects of MUT Draft.

Try your best to find people for every open position.

In a competitive game of MUT Draft, you should always assume that your opponent is equipped with the game’s strongest deck. Be careful who you draft so that your team doesn’t end up with a cornerback with an OVR of 73 facing off against a wide receiver with an OVR of 88 for an entire game.

To avoid having too many people on your team,

As there are no real-life injuries in MUT, there is no reason to draft two quarterbacks. If you’re set on having a run-only offense that will sap your energy, you should only draft two halfbacks. No more than two defensive tackles or three wideouts should be on your roster.

You can join MUT Draft at no cost.

Since its inception, MUT Draft has always cost money to join. Once upon a time, MUT Draft was a mandatory coin drop. When EA decided to do away with the barrier to entry, they also decided to lower the rewards.

Absence of Abilities

One of the biggest changes in Madden 23 is the elimination of the traditional power-up structure, which means that the ‘champion’ cards you can unlock by completing sets will already have their abilities unlocked and ready to use. Even though their cards claim to have X Factors and abilities, you should not draft these players in MUT Draft.

It’s win or bust.

The ability to lose has been removed in favor of a smoother drafting process. To avoid having to start over if you don’t win four games in a row, it’s important to draft players in whom you have confidence.