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Madden 24 Sliders: Best sliders settings for realistic experience


Wise Member
Mar 16, 2022
Upgrades to FieldSENSE, blocking, and tackling have created some changes in game flow this year.
There is also a growing gap between the PS5 & Xbox Series X|S version and the older PS4 & Xbox One version. However, these Madden 24 sliders should be effective for either version.
We have fine-tuned these settings based on our own experience in Madden 24, but these will give players a good starting point. It is also worth bearing in mind that these are a personal preference, so you may want to make some tweaks to our suggestions!
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How to change sliders
To access the Madden 24 sliders you need to be on the main menu for the game and head over to the cog on the right. This will take you into the settings menu where you can access the sliders.
Click on the cog, and then you have access to the game options, penalties, and skill settings. You can make the AI opposition better by increasing the difficulty, but the sliders will tune all the players within that difficulty rating. You can make QBs more or less accurate, better or worse at blocking, and even increase the rate of penalties.

Game options for a realistic NFL experience
If you want to play a full game and end up with realistic scores and player stats then you will want to use these game options.
Quarter Length: 12 minutes
Play Clock: On
Accelerated Clock: On
Minimum Play Clock Time: 15 seconds
Auto Flip Defensive Play Call: Off
Defensive Ball Hawk: On
Defensive Heat Seeker Assist: Off
Defensive Switch Assist: Off
With those set you still need to pick a few additional global settings. These are less about skill and performance and focus instead on some intangibles in football.
Injuries: 25
Fatigue: 50
Speed Disparity Scale: 45

Realistic penalty sliders
You could set these to zero if you wanted a full arcade experience, but if you're looking for a more realistic football simulation then these penalty sliders are the ones for you.
Offside: 55
False Start: 55
Offensive Holding: 85
Facemask: 55
Illegal Block in the Back: 50
Roughing the Passer: 50
Defensive Pass Interference: 50
Ineligible Receiver Downfield: On
Offensive Pass Interference: On
Kick Catch Interference: On
Intentional Grounding: Off (previous On)
Roughing the Kicker: On
Running into the Kicker: On
Illegal Contact: Off
These sliders will give you a pretty accurate representation of an NFL game. Of course, no one likes getting penalties so if you do feel like they are too frequent and getting in the way of the fun then feel free to drop them slightly.