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Make Your Madden Mobile Players Even Better

There are a bunch of nifty new features in the latest season update for Madden Mobile, but only one guarantees to change the way you approach building the best possible team. It used to be that everything you did was in service of getting the highest rated players: Gold and first, and then Elite when you were able to nab them. If, say, Tom Brady was rated a few points higher than Aaron Rodgers, sorry Aaron, but Tom was going in the lineup.

It’s still true in general that Gold and Elite players are the best in the game, but this season’s update adds a significant new wrinkle. Most players in those two tiers can be trained to have improved ratings compared to what they are when you get them. Over time, that 80-rated Dez Bryant could become a 100 overall, taking him from merely really good to nearly unstoppable.

Naturally, Madden Mobile makes you work quite a bit to get there. Here are the most important things to know about training players.

Once You Start, There’s No Going Back

Training a player is a big decision, because once you apply any training points, that player can no longer be sold or auctioned. He can be used to train other players (and we’ll get to that shortly), but you aren’t getting any money for him.

It goes without saying, then, that you should only train players you expect to become a long term part of your squad. While nearly any Gold or Elite player can be trained, don’t waste the resources on those who you don’t think you’ll be counting on. That will give you more options in terms of flipping them for coins or using them to complete sets down the road.

The Cost of Training

Every player requires a different number of training points to bump up to the next level, and that cost increases over time. For example, the amount of TP you’ll need to take a player from level 9 to 10 is always going to be more than from level 1 to 2. The bar at the very top of the individual player training screen lets you know exactly how many points are needed for the next level and how many points you’ve already invested toward that goal.

Then you simply drag and drop a player or item, or multiple players or items, as desired. You can hit the green button to apply the points; however, you’ll need to pay a certain amount of coins if the training will advance the player one or more levels.

How many coins? Again, that depends on how rare the player is and what level he would reach. The higher the level, the more coins you’ll have to pay.

In the end, though, it’s worth it. With coins generally more easy to come by in the new Madden Mobile update and plenty of fodder for training even from normal Pro Packs, Gold players, in particular, can be trained up quickly and be much more formidable than their beginning stats would suggest. Elites require a lot more time and investment, but when you finally get that 80 to 100, you’re going to feel like you’ve accomplished something as well as having a really devastating player in that lineup spot.

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