A new limited time mode has arrived on Madden Ultimate Team: House Rules.

Until November 17 at 10:30am EST you can play House Rules in Head to Head games, which each win counting towards rewards. EA also announced there are two parts to House Rules. Part one is available now for 72 hours, then part two will finish out the week.

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So, what are the House Rules missions?

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Part one – Rumble: Loss of Down

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In part one, your goal is to get a first down. This is where the house rules come in, though. You will start on first and 20, and you have just three attempts to get a first down. A first down rewards you with two points. However, if you throw an interception you will automatically be handed a loss.

Each team will get a chance to get a first down and this will continue until there is a winner – unless there is an interception. The game begins in the fourth quarter so you have to consider how much time you leave if neither team can get stops on defense.

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Part two – overtime?

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When EA announced part one, they teased the next set of house rules, saying: “?? OT with a twist ??” What could that mean?

Will it mean you use college football OT rules? Meaning you start on the opponents 25-yard line and take it in turns to score until there is a winner.

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Will it mean you can only score touchdowns and field goals won’t count? Or will you only be able to go for two point conversions?

Whatever the rules are, we know it’ll present something a little different for Head to Head play.

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Rewards

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This is what everyone really cares about, right? The ultimate reward from House Rules is a random Series Redux Card, but you’re going to have to get started now if you want to achieve that.

You will receive Series 3 Trophies and coins for different amounts of wins, all the up to the final reward. Here is the complete list of rewards:

  • 1 Win: 10 Trophies, 5,000 Coins
  • 5 Wins: 10 Trophies, 5,000 Coins
  • 10 Wins: 10 Trophies, 5,000 Coins
  • 25 Wins: 10 Trophies, 5,000 Coins
  • 45 Wins: 10 Trophies, 5,000 Coins
  • 65 Wins: 10 Trophies, 5,000 Coins
  • 75 Wins: 10 Trophies, 5,000 Coins
  • 85 Wins: 10 Trophies, 5,000 Coins
  • 95 Wins: 10 Trophies, 5,000 Coins
  • 105 Wins: 10 Trophies, 5,000 Coins
  • 115 Wins: 10 Trophies, 5,000 Coins
  • 130 Wins: 10 Trophies, 5,000 Coins, Random Series Redux Player

Wins from both events will count towards your rewards. You will also be rewarded with 350 coins for each win and 100 coins for each loss.

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