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Master League Difficulty

Discussion in 'Winning Eleven' started by koray, 20 May 2006.

  1. koray

    koray Non-League

    6 August 2003

    While you are at the options screen,the first level of difficulty is game difficulty,right?(I mean, Match difficulty)

    And second one is ML difficulty,like fatigue,transfers etc.

    Am I right?

    And ,is ML difficulty level has any effect on match difficulty you play ?

    My level;First one is 5 stars
    Second one is 4 stars

    So,am I playing the matches on 5 star difficulty?

  2. BK_83

    BK_83 World Class

    7 June 2003
    im playing master league difficulty on 1 star, mainly becoz of the fatigue
  3. Artist

    Artist Guest

    I played both options in 6 stars and won everything with Sevilla. The fatigue level is real in 6 stars (ML difficulty) but the transfers are very unrealistic and I could only buy free agents, wich contract expired and "players openess to negotiation".
  4. moe357

    moe357 Non-League

    11 April 2004
    i dunno the transfers are weird, i managed to get Robben off chelsea when i first got promoted but snjieder and peinaar wont come from Ajax no matter how much i offer. I noticed trades are more difficult now, i had to dish out 34,000 on Robben, they wouldnt accept a player trade.
  5. koray

    koray Non-League

    6 August 2003
    Thanks, but please someone reply this question;

    The first level of difficulty is MATCH difficulty, right?

    I am asking this,because I start to win the matches like 4-0,5-0 in my second season...
  6. JU!

    JU! Conference

    12 September 2003
    Yokohama, Japan
    Yes first is difficulty of the game then next set of stars is Master league difficult i pressume this means general poinst gained signing players etc

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