As much as I hate the showdown grind am I right that it's the most economical way to move thru team affinity? Even if you lose the final showdown you make stubs and xp. Please someone tell me if I'm wrong. The showdown grind wears me out. LOL
You are 100% correct, the only faster way for TA is exchanges. But SD gives you points and you make stubs, its a cash cow, as long as you can beat it more often than not. I have been beating it 80 to 90% of the time. But still frustrating and rage inducing, so i am doing moments and exchanges for TA3.
Showdown is the #1 most economical/budget friendly process for your team & stub building. You just gotta discipline yourself to do it. Personally I sometimes pick a day and just do a few of them and not touch it for the next few days. That's just me since I find anything CPU related boring as hell. Some ppl just fork over the $$$ because of the time sink.
Showdown is pretty good from stubs and xp perspective as long as you go far enough frequently.......personally when I lose the final showdown all use the stubs and cards earned and put it into exchanges to make it feel like I made some progress when I lose.
Showdown is great I feel. I feel like I get better pack luck from those packs I earned. I just finished the 1st inning program and in my gold player pack I pulled Arenado! Was so pumped. I have never been close to the live series collection before due to not getting to play as much, but with all these packs and players you can earn, makes it worth it.
you can do the 6th inning program over and over 500 entry fee make it back quick, You complete the save vs Phillies get a show pack, then beat the boss for a Gold card use all of that to do exchanges then quit and repeat, take about 10-15 min if that, You can try all the first Blue missions before the first boss. or you can quit and just do the two I mentioned. If you play all the way to the end you get a HL pack with a chance at Alan Trammell. along the way tons of stubs and xp with 3 show packs and the gold pack.