Madden 2012: Traits, Tendencies, & Gameplay

June 7, 2011 at 8:11 am 1 comment

Tendencies

A new addition to this year’s game is fluid player ratings and more in depth tendencies.  Abilities, or player ratings, will go up and down during the game depending on what happens in the the game.  Now, there are clutch situation where a select few players who are clutch players that will increase the ratings of players around him.

Released Ratings

Tom Brady: 99 Ovr (top QB) and Aaron Rodgers: 98.  Interestingly, they gave them the same arm strength but Brady has more awareness and accuracy.

  • Traditionally the difference between playing with these two was minimal, but that has changed this year.  In Madden 2012, the traits and tendencies will separate these guys.  For example, when Brady faces pressure he will throw the ball away.  Meanwhile, Aaron Rodgers will look to scrabble or fit the ball into a tight window.

Traits

Traits such as confidence and consistency with change during roster updates based on actual game performance.



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