How To Change Your Favorite Team in Madden 18

Feeling guilty for betraying your truly favorite team in Madden 18? Not to worry! It's easy to change your favorites, and it helps build your play skills too.

The Madden games aren't known for loading each new game with tons of new content. When you've got so much to choose from already and can experience most of it with your favorite teams, that's not really necessary, though. But what if you want to change out your favorite team to experiment with playbooks, or you rushed in without really thinking about team loyalty? Never fear! Changing out your favorite team in Madden 18 is almost easier than blinking.

Changing Your Favorite Team

In the game's main menu, scroll over to the Customize tab, select Settings, choose Settings again, followed by Game Options, and then at the top of that screen, you can scroll left or right to choose your new favorite team. Simple as that.

Great! Now What?

There's the obvious benefit of being able to play as a new team, changing up your routines and just enjoying the game and its story mode even more. But it also gives you a chance to learn how to use different playbooks, since some are team-specific, and to experiment with your playstyle. Apart from giving you a greater edge in Head-to-Head matches, it means you'll have the skills to effectively coordinate your Madden Ultimate Team (MUT) when you get around to that.

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Do you prefer sticking with a handful of teams or changing out as much as possible? Let us know in the comments, and be sure to check out our other Madden 18 guides!

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Josh Broadwell's gaming career began early--1993, to be exact--when he was introduced to the Super Nintendo and Super Mario World. Despite all the magnificent games the SNES and, later, the original PlayStation had to offer, it wasn't until the GameBoy Advance era that he finally discovered RPGs, which quickly became a favorite genre. Games like Fire Emblem [Blazing Blade] and Golden Sun hold their places on his best games of all time list alongside more recent discoveries on the PlayStation Vita, such as The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky trilogy and the Persona games (and yes, 4 Golden is the best Persona, end of story). Josh began covering gaming in 2017 as part of a writing internship with GameSkinny as he sought to diversify his skillset and...more »

Published Jan. 12th 2018

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