Following a busy morning which saw the release of a new Madden 19 Ultimate Team promo, a new Title Update and an update to the head-to-head House Rules format, a new exploit has been discovered that should make certain solos a little easier.
Glitches are certainly not a new thing for Madden 19, but one of this magnitude hasn’t been seen in quite some time.
YouTuber and Twitch personality “Gutfoxx” outlined the glitch on stream, showcasing the best way to manipulate the broken mechanic.
The glitch works on solos that start with the CPU having the ball and needing to complete a specific objective.
A user must first allow the challenge to be “failed”. When prompted, a user would then restart the solo, and should the user stop the challenge from being completed on that specific play, the entire sequence of the solo will be deemed “completed”.
It wouldn’t make much sense to do the glitch on certain challenges that require just one play to be stopped, but solos highlighting “drives” or “quarters” to complete the specified goal are likely to work with this format.
Note – It’s unclear if this glitch works for “Win the Game” solos where the only objective is to beat the CPU.
We tested the example listed above on the “Daily Drills Day 1 of 7” under the NFL Combine category. The specific solo shown in the example above, which worked, is “Pass Defense Drill: Day 1 of 7”.
As of now, no one has reported the glitch to work when the user starts the ball on offense, but this could be a helpful tool for users in need of finishing tricky “Journey” or “Gauntlet” solos that require completing specified defensive objectives.
After running through the glitch on his stream, Gutfoxx went into more detail and further explained it in a video posted to his official YouTube channel.