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Posted on January 30, 2021 at 08:21 PM.

Madden’s slider adjustments have become more and more scarce over the years ,esp last gen. So to see this continued trend worries me. We have the same amount of settings that were available with madden 21 last gen. Even though the improvements in the next gen upgrade are somewhat exciting the game overall has me more interested in Madden 22 come this Sept. What we did get minus the added animations and better lighting we also got a stat system in place that tries to extract the correct animations during gameplay. This extortion is what can be heightened somewhat by the slider section of madden. Without going into to too much detail, my settings for the sliders take into account the player attributes and boost players animations to trigger better. Im starting to feel some placebo with Madden since it doesn’t allow for proper speed settings to be made via the slider section but my formula over the years stays true here. The next gen version of madden as it currently stands still reacts the same way to last gen slider settings so what I have here as next gen slider set should also work for current gen.

As a brief summary to how I got to these settings I simply looked at the speed and acceleration averages of every NFL player in the Madden database and came to a calculated averaged out number that the slider settings should be adjusted to.

QB Accuracy: 50 / 94
Pass Blocking: 50 / 50
WR Catching: 69 / 68

Run Blocking: 76 / 44
Fumbles: 50 / 50

Pass Reaction: 51 / 28
Interceptions: 100 / 100
Pass Coverage: 74 / 58

Tackling: 54 / 36

FG Power: 80 / 80
FG Accuracy: 80 / 80
Punt Power: 55 / 55
Punt Accuracy: 73 / 80
Kickoff Power: 39 / 45

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