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Old 04-29-2019, 11:49 PM   #1
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Fitness Level

In general, at what level should a player be scratched from the game? I am having a lot of players get tired for some reason in my recent saved game (I do have a lot of older players on the roster). So, I have many games with players with FIT of 80-90. Is that still relatively OK to play them?
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We made the fitness drops a little more aggressive in the last update. 80-90 should still be OK, 70's maybe, under that you probably want to start figuring out how to get them some rest.
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