With the start of Series 5 we have a new Master, Joey Bosa, Journey 3 is live and combines with Theme Diamonds 2 to give you another great player to boost theme teams, and there are ten more levels for you to reach and earn rewards for.
Ultimate Legends is the second part of the Legends program, and the solo challenges give you the opportunity to get one of these incredible cards – for free.
Here’s everything you need to know about Ultimate Legends.
So far there have been three releases, bringing 12 new players into MUT.
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Every UT player has one Career Edition (96-97 OVR), two Game Editions (92-95 OVR) and three Skill Editions (86-89 OVR). To get the Career Edition you need to exchange all five non-Career Edition cards. Each UL also has a Power Up card.
- Warren Sapp (97 OVR)
- Walter Jones (97 OVR)
- Troy Polamalu (96 OVR)
- Brian Urlacher (96 OVR)
- Howie Long (96 OVR)
- Brian Waters (96 OVR)
- Shannon Sharpe (96 OVR)
- Calvin Johnson (96 OVR)
- Marcus Allen (96 OVR)
- Julius Peppers (96 OVR)
- Chuck Bednarik (96 OVR)
- Kurt Warner (96 OVR)
Ultimate Legends solo challenges
As with any program, solo challenges release to give you the chance to play with and against the new content, and earn it through rewards.
UT is no different and its solo set is among the best in the game in terms of rewards.
There are currently three threads, one for each release of UTs so far, and there are 24 total challenges so far.
- Release 1: 16 Challenges, 16 Items/Players, up to 38,400 coins and 64 Stars
- Release 2: Four Challenges, four Items/Players, up to 9,600 coins and 16 Stars
- Release 3: Four Challenges, four Items/Players, up to 9,600 coins and 16 Stars
Of the four items, two of them are Power Up cards corresponding to the player in the challenge, and the final challenge rewards a Skill Edition UL player which goes towards a Career Edition.
However, the very first challenge in each thread is the most important. Called Ultimate Legends Kickoff, it is a full game against the UL team, and winning (for just one Star) awards an Ultimate Legends Token.
If you earn 16 of these tokens you can exchange them for a random Career Edition UL player.
That’s right, all you need to do for a 96-97 OVR UL player is win 16 games on Rookie difficulty and Arcade mode.
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There is, however, a catch. You need to beat the Ultimate Legend Kickoff challenge by 10am ET (7am PT/3pm GMT) on February 19, as these challenges will expire then.
There are currently six tokens available.