If you’re playing Madden Mobile, get ready to transition into the new season. EA has posted a blog post detailing the upcoming season for their mobile take on the Madden franchise.

With the new season, teams will be reset to create a level playing field. There will be new features, updated players, and “additional new content,” in addition to the return of the Season Score.

Starting on May 17th, you’ll be able to get a head start for the next season of Madden Mobile which is set to begin on August 16th. Through the Season Score menus, you’ll be able to tally scores based on 8 categories: Team Overall, Player Level, Season Competitions, Head to Head Rank, League Participation, Sets Completed, Achievements and Objectives.

Every category will have an individual score, with the score increasing for every milestone that you hit in that category. New daily objectives will also be added to the game throughout the rest of the season to allow players to score some nice bonuses.

At the start of the new season, players who have been working on their Season Score will be awarded packs, giving their squads an immediate boost. The more you play, the more you earn.

Legacy Teams will also make a return. Come August 12th, any players you have on your Madden Mobile starting roster will become locked in for your Legacy Team. This team will be used for special events and challenges once the new season starts.

Here are a few things that EA wants you to know about the new season:

  • Madden Cash rolls over to the new season
  • Season Score Reward Packs roll over to the New Season
  • Coins, Items, Head to Head rank, Season completed, Level and Achievements will all be reset for a fresh new season

Are you excited for the new Madden Mobile season? Let us know in the comments.

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Storied gamer and novice sports fan, Adam has been playing video games and writing about them since 2011. When he's not working on articles, you can find him listening to music, cooking a mean pizza, or reading what other people have to say on hot topics.