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Draft Day Sports: College Football 2021 Releases Today - Demo Also Available

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Draft Day Sports: College Football 2021

Draft Day Sports: College Football 2021 Releases Today - Demo Also Available

Wolverine Studios has released Draft Day Sports: College Football 2021 today, available for PC users on the official website and Steam for $34.99.

DDS:CF21 puts you in charge, as the head coach of your favorite school. Recruit your next class of superstars, customize your playbook to maximize your strengths and most importantly beat down your hated rival on the virtual gridiron.

Some of the changes this year include new play options, more reports, plenty of new recruiting changes, more immersion that brings players to life and the ability to link your league directly to a Draft Day Sports: Pro Football 2021 league for seamless integration of your college players moving to your pro league.

For those of you wanting to try before you buy, a demo for Draft Day Sports: College Football 2021 is available here.

YOU’RE THE COACH

Take over as head coach and recruit, strategize and even customize your playbooks down to the finest details including creating your own plays. Call your own plays on gameday and watch the action unfold as the physics based game engine shows you the action in fun and exciting 2D gameplay. Will they put up a statue of you on campus or run you out of town if you don’t beat your rival?

BUILD YOUR DYNASTY

Choose your favorite school and get ready to lead them to football glory. Play season after season in this career based simulation. Every season brings new challenges as you constantly have to recruit new players to keep your team at the top. Keep track of all your achievements in the historical archives and relive past glories. There’s nothing else that puts you in your own game universe like Draft Day Sports: College Football 2020.

FULLY CUSTOMIZABLE

Setup your game world the way you want it! Customize your league size, players, teams, logos and even import rookies to or directly link your league with Draft Day Sports: Pro Football 2021 so that you can run a fully immersive game universe.

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Here’s a full list of what’s new in Draft Day Sports: College Football 2021:

  • DDS:CF21 is totally rebuilt from the ground up on our new “Au” platform giving the user an incredibly beautiful and easy to navigate interface.
  • A redesigned recruiting interface lets you not only take on more actions but see them all organized in an easy to view and understand fashion.
  • Take full control of your school’s destiny on the field. New playbook options give you even more weapons to try and out match your opponent.
  • Customization options have improved even more! Edit just about anything you want with your school and new bowl game logos give you even more to edit. A brand new coach import file option is also available if you want to create a custom coach file!
  • The game engine has received multiple improvements as well. New play design options allow for motion and play action plays, revamped depth options allow for designation of third down backs, a total revamp of the penalty system to allow you control over accepting penalties in 2D play as well as AI improvements for penalties and 4th down logic.
  • Link your league with Draft Day Sports: Pro Football 2021 for a totally immersive game universe. Bring rookies in from DDS:CF and track your college universe without ever having to leave DDS:PF.
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  1. I played the demo and desperately wanted to get into it but I had a hard time with it. There's little direction given on what certain attributes are and what they do. There's no expl on when things occur or how to do it.
    For a new user of the game it is a frustrating experience to not know how to do something, when you can do something or how things work together.
    In my opinion a user should not have to spend more time searching around the internet for clues on your game play mechanics than they do playing the game.
    This lack of information killed this game for me. I tried the pro game they have and had the same experience. You can't expect a new user to just figure it out or rely on message board posters to respond to a post.
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