Madden 13 Training Camp – How to Playmaker on Offense

Playmaker in Madden is a great feature that was added back in Madden NFL 04 – the “Old Gen” (PS2!). Mike Vick and I made a dominant team in Madden NFL 05 by telling Warrick Dunn to “go deep”!

Madden 13 Playmaker Tips

In the old days, all you had to do was press the right stick to move the closest receiver to a new route towards the direction you pushed. Now, you simply have to hold L2 and use the RS and you will get the same effect. The great thing about Playmaker is that when the defense drops everyone back and your QB has all day, you can keep the play alive and tell your receivers where to head downfield. This is a great way for a patient player to really pick up big yards against a coverage D.

If you have ever seen your WR cut downfield after finishing his route, then released the throw only to see him change direction (“Interception, NO”), then you should work on using Playmaker to make sure you’re on the same page.

Be careful, though; illegal touching penalties are in this year’s game, so make sure you’re not throwing to a WR who has run out of bounds, or this will cost you yards.

-ZFarls

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0 thoughts on “Madden 13 Training Camp – How to Playmaker on Offense

  1. I am very disappointed in not allowing modified rosters inside this new connected mode and if this continue I will no longer buy this game. I like creating myself and some of my friends on the team with me and play a franchise mode where you feel like your more involved in the aspect of all the of creating stats as I like being able to be MVP of the league and leading my team too the super bowl. I have no problem with the concept of connected mode itself just very disappointing not too be able to be “In the game” as you always use as a slogan. Next year go back to the franchise concept just allow more freedom to input your modified rosters and the concept to be able too edit players attributes was another thing I enjoyed for instance during the preseason like real football you had un-drafted free agents that you added to see if they will make the team and be able too edit was very nice

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