Madden Ultimate Team NFL 20 Getting Started

  • If you have never played MUT before, Madden NFL 20 does an excellent job guiding you through the early process of playing MUT. You'll be asked to pick a team for your first pack of cards, with your set favorite team being default. This will also set your initial uniforms, stadium, and coach to match the team. If you played MUT in Madden NFL 19 and still have the same player account, your team name will carry over, but otherwise you'll be starting from scratch.Your first pack will contain a shell of a team comprised mainly of players ranked in the low- to mid-60s, so you'll want to upgrade them quickly. Madden NFL 20 throws you immediately into a few challenges at low difficulties. When you beat those challenges, you'll get more card packs.After that, you'll be sent to the main MUT hub. There you can review and rename your team, and you'll likely have some card packs to open if you've played MUT before or pre-ordered Madden NFL 20. Note that you can hold onto as many card packs as you want and open them at any time.You can go to the Store tile to purchase more card packs. There are four types of currencies:Coins are denoted with a yellow coin icon. These are earned from playing just about everything in MUT, and they are the “normal” currency.

    Points are denoted with a green dollar bill icon. These are acquired from paying real money through your platform's shop, such as the PlayStation Store or the Microsoft Store.

    Trophies are denoted with a pink pentagon icon. These are only earned from competitive games and cannot be earned against the AI.

    Training Points are denoted with a purple hexagon icon. These are used to upgrade players, though they can also be used to buy powerful cards.

    At first your team will be too weak to do much, and you'll need to get through some solo challenges to earn some coins before you can do anything of consequence. From the hub, go to the Play category to see all the gameplay modes.As you collect more cards and acquire more currencies, you can begin to participate in the Auction House and Trade Block. There, you can acquire cards directly from other players, or sell your cards to eliminate unneeded players. You can also “quicksell” a card for some coins or training points, which effectively eliminates it from the world. It's usually less profitable to quicksell good cards, but more profitable to quicksell bad cards since few or no players would buy them. The card itself will state which currency and for how much a quicksell would net you.Note that some cards, such as many Ultimate Trainer cards, cannot be quicksold nor traded or auctioned away. These cards will be marked with a very tiny “NAT” (which stands for “not auctionable/tradable”) in the top-right corner of the card just above the OVR rating.

    The Auction House and Trade Blocks are independent per platform, so a card for sale on the PlayStation 4 will not be able to be bought for that price on the Xbox One or Windows. The Madden NFL 20 card database called MUTHead lists every card's going price on the Auction Houses per platform.

    Rewards vary based on mode and difficulty, but generally playing against human players is the most rewarding. Even if you're a strictly solo player, you can still participate in the weekly events for good rewards. If you are interested in learning more about the game or buy cheap MUT 20 Coins , then be sure to check