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Daily CPU Challenge
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So this daily challenge vs the cpu, you get an “evo2 reward”. So far me and a friend have done every one and received either a logo or coach, is there a possibility for an evo player? Or evo collectible? Or are they all going to be logos, jerseys, coaches etc.
Come on guys, EA already give us something for nothing - every month a free legend just for logging in. It's a game, play it.
i don't disagree but it takes some of us a game or 2 to beat these below average CPU teams.
if i've posted it once i've posted 100 times that these challenges are my favorite. the 2min periods are perfect and Pro is a challenge for me when matched up with a NHL team, it took me 3 games to get by Chicago.
i'm also happy with sweaters and logos, i actually use and wear all of the ones i get before i trade them in for packs. i don't like getting coaches since the only sets for them have been the 3/1 rerolls. besides the name of the challenges and where they are placed on the game menu i don't think the Dailies tie in to the EVO2 challenges at all and seems wasteful.
my vote would be for a Hoffman X-mas type event to go along with these daily challenges.
i do think EA needs to up their game when it comes to how they schedule the year for HUT. there should always be a Master Set to build and challenges to help complete them. these should not be for holidays and special events only.
I dont see that any of the previous posts were complaining about the reward. To me they were simply asking what the reward is or could be.
How about "same here and I doubt it gets better"...
that's me and as i posted above i think EA could do a better job by actually having these tie in with the EVO series that is currently running. besides the name of the challenges and where they are placed on the game menu i don't think the Dailies tie in to the EVO2 challenges at all
It's the same as the re-roll sets: I see videos on You Tube of people opening their Gold Rare Player packs and getting 90+ special cards all the time. All I ever get from them are 80 and 81 players to put back into the re-roll sets... It's not fair!!!!
You have to invest either money or time it seems but there are plenty of teams in the higher ranks of all the competitions that haven't spent any money after buying the game.
It will never stop, it’s just one of the ways that people who lose more than they win complain. I have had guys msg me accusing me of paying to win. I have 7 cards on my team that were not free cards. But because my team was better than theirs according to them I bought my team. Not that it matters I occasionally do beat teams with both 99’s and all the master set cards, and occasionally lose to teams with all 83-87’s. Having a good team does not make you a good player.
Learning the exploits should not make you a good player either, but that's another thread.
Eken had blown away everyone in his qualifying bracket with his amazing L2 play and some ridiculous behind the net wrap-around goals where the goalie just sat in the middle of the net and didn't move - this could only be described as some kind of glitch or exploit that he's uncovered because no goalie when the puck carrier goes behind his goal would stand in the middle of his blue zone twiddling his hockey stick and leave the wrap-around wide open.
Eken scored one of these on Eki to make it 2-0 in the first quarter and then Eki figured it out. Watch the game guys - it's on different Twitch feeds but I also think it will be going up on NoSleeves12 You Tube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7q6uQnKC3rGDfeKeLXzyJQ
It's the best game of NHL I've even seen, they way Eken manoeuvred about the ice using L2 was just unreal, but then the way that Eki countered this as the game progressed - I won't ruin the ending if you want to watch it but 'learning the exploits' is exactly what Eki did. It's what makes him an Elite player - not so that he can just score glitch goals but so that he can defend against them. It was a joy to see.
Especially player with away team. Obviously a successful way to play but how ridiculous it looks! L2 must be worn out in his controller...
I'd like to hear from @NHLDev is this what your team wants this game to look like? Is this a good example of "skill gap" you're often referring to?