Madden ultimate team is one of the best game models, at least in sports. It provides players with a variety of different ways to play, and at the same time allows players to form a team according to their own wishes or requirements.
For some, it's a playground where they can play interesting challenges and use their favorite players, while for others, it's a hard core platform to show strength to their opponents. Either way, it can be difficult to get what you want out of it - especially if you are not able or ready to spend.
So coins are the lifeblood of your team. They are hard to get and pile up, and you need to spend them wisely. With so many players, how do you know which players to buy? Well, we are here to help you.
Jamal Adams, New York Jets SS – 84 ovr core elite
It costs about 26000 Madden Coins to call Adams a bargain, but he's definitely a bargain compared to the players around him.
If you think you have to spend at least 10000 coins to get an SS with an 85 ovr or higher rating, then it's foolish to ignore Adams if you have coins. Then, consider Adams's ratings actually equal or exceed those of the players, such as 85 ovr Johnson III, 86 ovr Eric Reid or 86 ovr Tony Jefferson.
He will be able to improve your team's performance in the long term.
I watched my cousin waste $60 on FIFA's opening package. When he finished, he turned to me and said
"Oh, well, I didn't get any benefit this time. I hope I have better luck in the next game
I believe the next FIFA match will take about two to three months. He has no other games he wants to get or spend. Obviously his friends are the same. It was four years ago. After a two-week spending spree, he returned to FIFA. I can only imagine that he now has a job to fund his apparent gambling addiction, and how bad his condition is. As far as I know, he has started betting on the games with his friends. His mother began to worry.
That's why I fucking hate games like this. Even if the game didn't make him addicted (he got it from his father), it would only make it worse. Unfortunately, there will always be people who care more about maximizing profits than about product quality.