players disappearing?

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  1. GoBlue10

    GoBlue10 Guest

    players disappearing?

    Is anyone else experiencing players disappearing during games?

    Last game against MSU, my starting HB for no reason was no longer in the game. I went to the injury report and he was not on there. I ran a few more plays and he wasn't returning so I put him as the backup HB. He was missing for the entire 4th qtr.
     
  2. sniperhare

    sniperhare Guest

    It might be your player substitution settings, they have added a progressive fatigue system into the game which could result in a player being subbed out permanently if his fatigue drops to a certain point.

    The game won't allow a given players fatigue to get to 100% or numbers below that. So if you have your sub in numbers at a high level at a certain point the game won't allow your player back in the game.

    Although it really seems to affect the backs more than anyone else.
     
  3. Maynard

    Maynard Banned

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    interesting. I didnt have my guys disappear for long, my #4 WR was all of a sudden replaced by a CB for a few plays

    if there somewhere in the game where u see the fatigue? i looked at the depth chart once in the past and didnt see anything to indicate how tired the guys were
     
  4. sniperhare

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    I don't think you can see it, it should trigger if you play a game and set the sliders for sub out at around80-85 and sub in at 90-95. If it hasn't been fixed by a patch that I am unaware of at some point in the second half after a big run and your backup subs in, your starter won't be able to come back into the game.

    The sub in out numbers might need to be tweaked though, I usually leave mine at out 80, in 85 for the RBs.
     
  5. ThaEra25

    ThaEra25 Oregon=Longhorn Country

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    Not sure but I think you can see your players levels at the line of scrimmage just like you see play art or bluff play. I think its RT and down but not 100% sure exactly how to do it without the game in front of me. I might be off base but i think thats the fatigue levels you are looking for.
     
  6. Maynard

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    my guy came back in though. i have subs at the default settings.

    this happened the next play after an injury to my #4 WR. A CB came in instead of my #5 WR even though the CB is nowhere on my WR depth chart. It lasted a few plays, so i just figured the guy was tired.

    i heard about this glitch though that sniper is talking about. I just havnt seen it where the players dont come back in
     
  7. GoBlue10

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    that sucks bc i have my settings pretty high so noone gets tired on the field which i guess is counterproductive bc if i sub often my HB should never get to the point where his fatigue is too low.
     

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