Madden 17 is now available on various platforms, and players have suggested the best ways to play the game. According to a fan, when developing players in the game, you should consider their age. It is important and more beneficial to develop players who are below the age of 26. When a player upgrades the physical and skill trait, the cost of every single trait becomes 33 percent more expensive than before.
With many new features and improvements in the gameplay, Electronic Arts has introduced scaling system to the game. It is directly connected to the upgrading costs, and when a player gets older traits, the cost increases significantly. On Reddit, a fan said that the decision is really good because it leaves room for development for the younger players.
At the age of 26, the cost of every single attribute increases, and this is the reason players should not develop any in-game character above the age of 26.The traits in Madden 17 are divided into two major categories. The first one is Physical trait, while the other one is Skill trait. EA has not officially defined the categories this way, and it has made the traits a little more confusing.
Players can easily distinguish the physical and skill traits, but it may still confuse the players. In Madden 17, catching in general is a skill trait, but in traffic it comes out as a physical trait. Similarly, there are many other traits that might confuse the player in figuring out their categories.
Another major reason why it is better to develop players below 26 is the XP rewards. If you develop a player below 26, your XP rewards will be more than what you get when you develop a player above this age bar.
The game has just arrived on PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360, so expect more Madden 17 tips here on TheBitbag.