The largest loser with Madden NFL 21 however is that the Franchise mode

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The next steps for me would be to work on enhancing what I have. There are better versions of Pogba and Kante, as an example, which would enhance my searching to get a fee; I would love to get somebody like Eric Cantona upfront, however I still know that it's going to put me back countless Coins. I'm at a point now, with my squad, at which I'm basically trading any cards that I earn and saving my Coins so I can make minor improvements to the players I have already got.

I have really mostly enjoyed playing online; nobody uses a mic so I haven't encountered anywhere near the quantity of abuse I confronted in Madden NFL 21. I did get some very salty messages, but generally I believe FIFA 21's matchmaking works nicely; I feel as though I'm playing against players in a roughly similar ability level, which is leading to some competitive matches with fun ebbs-and-flows; occasionally I catch roundly beaten by a better player, other times I win professionally too. Fair.

As such, unlike Madden NFL 21, I think I'm going to keep on playing throughout the rest of the season. I am well on my way to qualifying for a Weekend League today, and while I'd expect to get thumped by that sort of competition, I've set myself a goal to keep improving my squad and see how I match up in that kind environment; I will definitely write about my first Weekend League once I create it. If I could get just one win, I would be quite pleased.

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