Content has been meh

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Yes, the AMOUNT of content they have released has been great but the QUALITY has lacked tremendously. We are just now seeing Cy Young which was given in the first inning boss last year. They are releasing tons of prospects cars which nobody really knows about unless they follow farm systems and all that good stuff.

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I’d imagine it’s pretty hard to space out cards, especially the more desired ones, given that there’s no other cards or roster updates for new cards since there’s no season. I think they’re doing a good job

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I think it's all strategic, and I like it. I get that everyone wants to see a bunch of 99 studs right now, but that raises the bar to an unsustainable level for the rest of the year. Starting with 90-93 overall cards, then progressing to 94-96 overalls before jumping into the 97-99 club is a good idea, in my opinion. By having all the future stars cards out now (even if their stats are inflated more than they probably should be), they are going to be usable for a longer period of the year, as opposed to if they were released later in the summer or fall when there are already a ton of OP cards. I think this only adds to lineup diversity, as well, which is something people should be happy about. MLB 18 was so poorly received because the content was bad, and there was no lineup diversity once the immortals released

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@xFearTheForkASUx said in Content has been meh:

I think it's all strategic, and I like it. I get that everyone wants to see a bunch of 99 studs right now, but that raises the bar to an unsustainable level for the rest of the year. Starting with 90-93 overall cards, then progressing to 94-96 overalls before jumping into the 97-99 club is a good idea, in my opinion. By having all the future stars cards out now (even if their stats are inflated more than they probably should be), they are going to be usable for a longer period of the year, as opposed to if they were released later in the summer or fall when there are already a ton of OP cards. I think this only adds to lineup diversity, as well, which is something people should be happy about. MLB 18 was so poorly received because the content was bad, and there was no lineup diversity once the immortals released

People forget how much complaining there was about the spam of 99's in MLB 19 and how everyones team was 99 to early in the year.

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I disagree. I like the prospect cards. And the grind to get them are enjoyable. At least the second set of showdown is lol.

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@eatyum said in Content has been meh:

@xFearTheForkASUx said in Content has been meh:

I think it's all strategic, and I like it. I get that everyone wants to see a bunch of 99 studs right now, but that raises the bar to an unsustainable level for the rest of the year. Starting with 90-93 overall cards, then progressing to 94-96 overalls before jumping into the 97-99 club is a good idea, in my opinion. By having all the future stars cards out now (even if their stats are inflated more than they probably should be), they are going to be usable for a longer period of the year, as opposed to if they were released later in the summer or fall when there are already a ton of OP cards. I think this only adds to lineup diversity, as well, which is something people should be happy about. MLB 18 was so poorly received because the content was bad, and there was no lineup diversity once the immortals released

People forget how much complaining there was about the spam of 99's in MLB 19 and how everyones team was 99 to early in the year.

I enjoyed all the 99s cause it Gabe difference in the teams you’re facing instead of seeing the same 99s all over again

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@Untchable704 said in Content has been meh:

I disagree. I like the prospect cards. And the grind to get them are enjoyable. At least the second set of showdown is lol.

Put some emphasis on that SECOND SET lol

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I just want a single Brewer legend or flashback! WTH!

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@pbake12 said in Content has been meh:

I just want a single Brewer legend or flashback! WTH!

That FB Ryan Braun always hits the spot

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It’s just sooooo tired. Do a mission for 5 affinity points and have 1000 plus innings left as the only remaining mission stage after stage.

The missions should be repeatable and just increase from 5 hits with so and so, to 25 hits with whoever, then 50 hits. One single mission...it’s beyond boring. Showdown is fun, but it’s not fun when it’s the only option.