There are five game modes to choose from: QB warm up, precision, elimination, game day and final drive.
The warm up and precision modes both measure throw velocity, distance, spin rate and spiral efficiency, but the precision mode will also calculate a WX rating, which is Wilson's version of ESPN's QBR score to measure total quarterback performance.
The game day and final drive modes are pretty self-explanatory. One simulates a full game, and the other throws you into the final drive down the field. Wilson's partnership with the NFL is what makes these two modes even more exciting. You can pick a real NFL team to compete against, and play out a rivalry.
You do this by holding the ball vertically for 2 seconds and then turning it 180 degrees. This helps preserve battery life, which will last for more than 200,000 throws or up to 500 hours of connected usage.