@eatyum said in Where are all the Vet's?:
Idk, to me there seems to be more offline content.
There are evolution players. (Yes some online missions, but the majority of any evolution is offline stuff).
Team Affinity is way more relevant for offline, with stuff like showdowns and moments tied to it.
I have reasons to occasionally do Play vs CPU to accomplish things like player evolution.
You have player programs, which combines moments, stats, and play vs cpu (Again, some online moments stats, but majority is offline)
Conquest maps are decent, especially compared to this time last year, we didn't see things like prospect packs early on.
The only thing really missing to make offline the ultimate experience is being able to prestige players.
Imo 2020 offline > 2019 offline
Single-player DD in MLB 20 is unspeakably bad, just as it was in 19. There's a major disparity between the list of things you can do in singleplayer to get cards, and the list of things you can do with those cards. The latter list is simply pathetic.
I thought they had turned a corner in providing things to do in singleplayer with the stat missions from the last inning program in 19, but I was obviously wrong. They didn't add any kind of meaningful new mode to play proper 9-inning games with our teams, they haven't put out any moments that use our teams, and they haven't spackled over that hole with a decent set of repeatable set of missions that can be done in play vs. CPU. Same as last year, the only repeatable missions are the innings ones for TA points, and those are background tasks with not near enough interesting foreground tasks.
I can't help but come to the conclusion that they genuinely don't care about DD being good outside of multiplayer.