Perhaps one of the most interesting parts of any game is the tiny details that not many people will notice at first glance. For Madden 20, that small but detailed feature is the Sleeve Temp setting. In simple terms, this setting simply controls the temperature in which your players will wear long sleeves in a game. Here is everything you need to know about the Madden 20 Sleeve Temp setting.
Madden 20 Sleeve Temp | How to change your Sleeve Temp
There are tons of different settings in Madden 20, but perhaps one of the most unique ones is the Sleeve Temp setting. While it has no impact on the game, it’s one of those strange things you don’t notice for a long time and then one day you begin to wonder, “Why are my players wearing long sleeves?”
There are actually tons of different appearance settings you can change, like a player’s face mask and eye black. However, for the purposes of this guide, we are just going to focus on the Madden 20 Sleeve Temp setting. To adjust the setting, players will need to go to the “Customize” menu which can be found on the main menu. From there, select Manage Rosters, Manage Players, and then select a player from the roster. Once you’ve done that, you can select Edit Player where you’ll find the Sleeve Temp setting on the list.
Typically, players only wear long sleeves if it is cold outside. However, Sleeve Temp setting puts all of the power in your hands. If you want to make your players wear long sleeves in the heat, you can do that. Simply adjust the Madden 20 Sleeve Temp to a higher setting. This means that if the game time temperature is at or higher than that number, then that player will wear long sleeves for the game. Further, if you never want your players to wear long sleeves, set the Sleeve Temp setting to a low number.