It’s time for the College Football 25 Dynasty Deep Dive!

We’re just a couple weeks from the release of the highly anticipated College Football 25 from EA Sports!

In the past few weeks, we’ve heard about the toughest places to play, the sights and sounds we can expect, the Offensive Power Rankings, Defensive Power Rankings, and the top 25 teams for College Football 25!

You’ve also, hopefully, read my preview of College Football 25 and watched the interviews with Scott O’Gallagher and Ben Haumiller from the development team!

Today, our friends at EA Sports released the Dynasty Deep Dive.

College Football 25 | Dynasty Deep Dive

I, along with so many of you, am so ready to jump into Dynasty as soon as our hands are on the game. Let’s see what we have in store for us in College Football 25’s Dynasty Mode with the Dynasty Deep Dive!

Here are some of the highlights I took away from the Dynasty Deep Dive:

There are four Coach XP Goal categories that can be single game, weekly, season, or career goals.
Draft: Pro draft goals based on which round your player is drafted in, for example “Player Drafted in the 1st Round”.
Game: Individual game goals that range from a single play result like “Interception” and “Rushing Touchdown” to a full game result. For example, “Beat Your Rival”, “Beat a Top 25 Team”, and “Win a National Championship”.
Recruiting: Determined by your success on the recruiting trail. Recruiting goals can be specific to a single prospect, for example “Sign a 5 Star Prospect” or a full season like “Sign the Best Recruiting Class in the Country”.
Stats: Weekly goals like “Ranked in the Top 10”, season stat goals for example “4,000 Team Passing Yards” and “Rank Top 5 in Offensive Yards”, and career goals like “Win 5 National Championships”.

I’m excited to see where the sweet spots are to gain XP throughout the season, especially with smaller schools who may not have as many players getting drafted to the NFL.

It’s also exciting to see all of the information about the coaching archetypes and the ability to level up and hire new coordinators to fit what your school is doing. So, if you want to go all in on recruiting, you can make everyone on your staff focused on that, meanwhile, you can also make a well-rounded group and need to fill spots if your coordinator leaves for a head coaching job.

Figuring out how you want to build your team is going to be a blast! From our friends at EA:

Ultimately we landed on four core goals when building your program:
● Humanize recruits by giving them unique needs and motivations that the player has to discover by interacting with the recruit
● Differentiate regions of the country by player caliber, quality, and type to authentically capture high school talent based on historical real-world data
● Represent the different resources available to schools ensuring the top schools can blanket the country, while smaller schools will need to be more targeted with their approach
● Make the transfer portal feel authentically unpredictable

My final item I’m most excited about is recruitment. They’ve fully redone recruitment on so many levels which you can check out on the deep dive and blog EA Sports has on their website. This is going to be intense, and every part of your school will change how players feel about you before committing to play for you.

EA SPORTS College Football 25 available July 19, 2024 on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.

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Adam is a musician and gamer who loves his partner in crime, Regan, and their two pets Rey and Finn. Adam is a fan of Star Wars, Mass Effect, NFL Football, and gaming in general. Follow Adam on Twitter @TheRexTano.

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