The primary game mode in Madden 21 is Madden Ultimate Team (MUT). MUT is a game mode where players collect cards of former and current NFL players. The goal is to build the ideal roster that can then be used to play against other Madden players in online play, or against the CPU in offline action. To collect new items, Madden players will need coins to purchase packs, which contain cards, or purchase these collectibles straight off the auction house. And a great way to earn coins is by leveling up your team.
Leveling up your team can be tedious at first, but it will pay off in a big way in the future. Making sure that you get your levels will not only ensure a steady stream of rewards, but it will also help boost the Level Master, former Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson. Leveling up will allow you to get special training cards that can be equipped to Johnson’s card, which will in turn boost his player item.
How to level up fast
An easy way to level up is by first completing the early challenges, such as the new “Rivalz” and Level Challenge ones, as well as the MUT Captain tasks. Just a few minutes of completing those challenges will not only you move up about 10 to 15 levels at the very least, but you will also get coins and a free MUT Captain card.
From there, you should complete the weekly challenges that the Madden developers will be adding. Each week, new tasks can be found in Madden Ultimate Team, and not only will you receive rewards not just from completing those challenges, but also from leveling up. You will need to keep in mind that when completing these challenges, more experience is earned when the difficulty is increased.
Also, you need to make sure that you are playing games. Regardless of whether or not these games are online or offline, playing games will get your experience. And the better you perform in these game, the more experience you will get, and the more you will level up.
Follow these steps, and you will be on your way to leveling up fast in Madden 21.