Madden 24 continues to offer players a dynamic football experience, and today, we’re focusing on one of the game’s core mechanics: passing. Understanding and customizing your passing type can make a significant difference in your gameplay.
Guide: Changing Your Passing Type in Madden 24
Different passing types cater to various playstyles. Whether you’re a fan of the classic Madden passing or you’re looking for more control over pass placement and power, Madden 24 has got you covered.
- Accessing the Settings: From the main menu, navigate to the Cog settings. Select it using the appropriate button (e.g., ‘A’ on Xbox).
- Navigating to Game Options: Once in settings, scroll down in your game options until you find the “Passing Mechanics” section.
- Choosing Your Passing Type:
- Classic: This is the traditional Madden passing style. It disables skill-based passing and uses classic button controls.
- Placement + Accuracy: This introduces a timing element for perfect accuracy on bullet passes. It also provides visual targets to control pass placement and power.
- Placement + Power: This option allows you to control the pass placement and power using visual targets. The accuracy is determined by player ratings.
- Additional Passing Settings:
- Passing Slow Down: Choose the amount of slowdown during a pass. Options range from slight to max. Note: This is not enabled during online play.
- Free Form Reticle Max Distance: Decide the maximum distance the placement reticle can travel outside the target area during a pass.
- Free Form Reticle Speed: Adjust the speed at which the placement reticle moves during a pass. You can set this anywhere from 0 to 20.
- Reticle Visibility: Choose whether the placement reticle and target area are visible, hidden, or user-only.
Customizing your passing type in Madden 24 allows you to tailor the game to your preferences, giving you more control and potentially improving your performance on the field. Experiment with the different settings to find what works best for you.