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How to Use Madden 22 XP Sliders: Full Guide

Madden 22 comes with a lot of sliders that affect gameplay. Every aspect can be tweaked, including experience point gain.
Madden 22 comes with a lot of sliders that affect gameplay. Every aspect can be tweaked, including experience point gain. / EA Sports

Madden 22 comes with a lot of sliders that affect gameplay. Every aspect can be tweaked, including experience point gain.

Anyone who has booted up Madden 22 since it launched on Friday, Aug. 20 is likely already familiar with the overabundance of options for the game. Players can set everything from penalties to all the different facets of CPU intelligence, including accuracy, reaction time, kick power, and more. This gives players more control over their gaming experience and allows them to make Madden 22 as close to fantasy or the real world as they'd like.

However, a certain set of sliders has players confused: XP Sliders. Never fear—we have the answers below.

Madden 22 XP Sliders Guide

XP Sliders allow the player to manage how much experience certain players in certain positions gain. These sliders can be found in Franchise Mode and are separated into sections that correspond to the side of the line each position is on—e.g.: Offensive and Defensive.

Offensive positions listed under the tab are:

  • Centers
  • Guards
  • Tackles
  • Fullbacks
  • Wide Receivers
  • Tight Ends
  • Halfbacks
  • Quarterbacks

Defensive positions listed in the menu are:

  • Defensive Ends
  • Defensive Tackles
  • Safeties
  • Cornerbacks
  • Outside Linebackers
  • Middle Linebackers

Players can use these sliders to alter their progression in-game. They default to 100 for a game-standard gain in Madden 22. However, if players want to level faster or slower, they can set that value higher or lower, respectively. Feel free to tweak them until you find a speed that suits you.

This is just one more way EA Sports allows its players to take control of how they want to play.