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Madden 20: How to Create a Player

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Madden 20: How to Create a Player

The new iteration of EA Sports’ football game, Madden 20, is out now and it sees the return of a load of features that have been popular before. Once again, you can create a player who either looks like yourself or like someone you know, but it’s a little complicated. If that something you want to do now that you’ve got your hands on the game, here’s everything you need to know about how to create a player in Madden 20.

Just as was the case last year, there are two ways you can use players that you create. The first option is to add them to a customized version of an NFL roster, alternatively, you can use them in Franchise mode when choosing to go through the career as a specific player, just as you would have done in the old games’ Superstar mode.

What You Need to Do to Create a Player in Madden 20

If you’re planning on using Madden 20‘s create a player option to add them to an offline roster, go to customize in the main menu, and then select Creation Center. Then, you’ll be led through all the steps for creating them. Simply save the player when you’re done and it’ll be all set for other modes.

To create a player and use them in Madden 20’s Franchise mode, the first thing you need to do is start a new game in the mode, obviously. As you’ll see, the default way to play is as a Coach, which gives you the best of being an owner and a player.

What you want to do is select Player, which is where you can use a whoever you make. Once selected, you’ll run through all the same steps as you would if you were creating a player from the Creation Center menu.

However, instead of the player being created to use elsewhere, you are then able to run through Franchise mode with them as the focus.

That’s everything you need to know about how to create a player in Madden 20. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite. We have also listed some other helpful Madden 20 guides down below.

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