This issue was introduced when we added capabilities to MUT 23 ltds existing leagues while maintaining in line with various Madden game modes. It’s an entirely new feature for Madden 23 which we are dedicated to supporting. It is our understanding of this problem and have made it the top priority to address it. Our teams are currently searching for a solution, and a method to fix these data issues by utilizing the Superstar capabilities that everyone enjoys.
MUT is getting ready for the Harvest promotion that will begin soon however, during the interim we have received a new batch of Power Up cards today. In all, we received 18 Power Ups, with a few of the most famous names including Nick Bosa, Lamar Jackson, Evan Engram, Derek Carr and Matthew Stafford. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Jackson’s Power Up is easily going to the top of the list in the moment, with a figure of 230k on PS4 as per Madden.
Jackson will be getting another card in the near future, but his current Power Up easily puts him at the top of the line of QBs (if it wasn’t already).
Evan Engram is an incredibly popular TE this year in MUT (as is he ought to be, it’s his best MUT performance) and this year, his Power Up is going for 40-50k so far. Engram as well as Jackson are likely to be the most popular athletes in the Power Up batch, so they’re priced in line with the reality. Derek Carr is going for 30-40k, while Nick Bosa is at around 30K. Those are the players who are the top two players from this batch of Power Ups.
Recapping yesterday’s events We also have Cooper Kupp and Quinton Dunbar buy mut coins madden 23 Signature Series players. Kupp is a solid all-around card, but he’s bit lower than the brand new Tyreek Hill because speed is the main thing (as it is usually) when it comes to MUT. Dunbar is a solid card. Dunbar Kupp has 89 man coverage and the Kupp has 84 zone coverage. Dunbar will be looking to north of 300K, and Kupp is aiming for north of 400K as of now.