NCAA Playbook #4: It's Dynasty time

by: Sean Cahill -
More On: NCAA Football 14
The next installment of the playbook is now available from EA Sports regarding the upcoming release of NCAA Football 14, focusing entirely on the Dynasty mode.  A skill point system is being implemented in order to build up coaching skills that will enhance the development of the coach in the game mode.  The player decides what to focus on, whether it is recruiting, playcalling, focusing on campus visits inside recruiting, and many other skills.  This is a great enhancement to an already deep Dynasty mode.  Be sure to look for the release of NCAA Football 14 this summer.

Coach Skills and Power Recruiting Create the Deepest Dynasty in Franchise History
May 28, 2013 – Today EA SPORTS announced the latest NCAA Football 14 Playbook, “Dynasty.” This year the extremely popular mode is deeper and more immersive than ever with the introduction of Coach Skills and Power Recruiting. For a complete look at all the features and enhancements offered in Dynasty mode, be sure to check out the official trailer.
Coach Skills allows budding sideline generals to build their team in whatever way they wish. Earn skill points to enhance various areas of recruiting or game management, and level up each skill multiple times in order to truly dominate both on the recruiting trail and on the field. There are over 30 Coach Skills available split across two skill trees for head coaches – Recruiting and Game Management – allowing for nearly endless combinations. Available skills include Royal Treatment, which grants a bonus whenever a prospect makes a campus visit, and Big Game, where your players will come out of the gates firing on all cylinders in rivalry games, bowl games or championship matchups. Offensive and defensive coordinators also get their own skill trees, which will help the team perform on their respective sides of the ball. Fans are free to mix and match their Coach Skills in order to build the program of their dreams.
Power Recruiting streamlines the process for scouting and wooing new players, without sacrificing any of the depth fans have come to expect. Rather than using the phone call method of recruiting, players now distribute recruiting points that will determine how stridently they pursue a given player. Point allotments carry over week-to-week, and can be quickly adjusted at any time. Need to make a big push to land a coveted recruit? Simply boost the points allotted to go all out and try to make him sit up and take notice. This, plus enhanced emphasis on campus visits and scholarships, puts a whole new spin on one of the franchise’s most engrossing features.
Fans are encouraged to keep up to date by visiting NCAA Football on the webFacebook, and Twitter for exclusive assets and unique insights into all this year’s new features. College football enthusiasts can also get involved in the conversation by tweeting with the hashtag #PLAYTRUE. 
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