Today EA released the Rookie Premiere program in Madden Ultimate Team. This is the first time this year we have seen that players completed in Madden 17 will carry over to Madden 18. Let's take a quick look at how the Rookie Premiere program works.
Each Rookie Premiere player will require 10 Rookie Premiere patches to complete. Once you complete the Rookie Premiere player of your choice, you will earn a 99 OVR NAT player in Madden 17 and also unlock the player item in Madden 18 with ratings that will update as new versions of the player are released in Madden 18 through January. You can get Rookie Premiere patches from the Rookie Premiere starter pack, MUT Rewards, completing sets, solos and purchasing packs.
Let's take a look at the Rookie Premiere players and their ratings:
- Myles Garrett
- Marshon Lattimore
- Corey Davis
- Jamal Adams
- Leonard Fournette
- O.J. Howard
- Deshaun Watson
- T.J. Watt
- Jonathan Allen
- Garett Bolles
If you need extra Rookie Premiere patches, you can complete the Rookie Premiere Patch set that requires 4 gold Rookie Premiere players for 1 Rookie Premiere patch. You can also complete the new Rookie Premiere solo challenge sequence of 10 solos challenges that gives you 12,000 coins and 1 Rookie Premiere patch.
What do you think of the Rookie Premiere program? Which Rookie Premiere players do you feel have the biggest chance for upgrades in Madden 18?